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Tata Donates Truck Worth Shs145 Million For Covid Response

Tata Uganda Donates Truck Worth Shs145 Million For Covid Response

In a bid to ease transport means for national covid task force, Tata Uganda has donated brand new truck to ministry of health worth shs143 million.

Tata Uganda national sales and marketing manager Devdatta Chitale handing over the truck at ministry of health headquarters said the donation will facilitate delivery of health equipment and masks to various locations all over the country in real time.

“We have joined the donation drive to add value to the Ministry of Health transport department. With this brand new truck health equipment and masks will be delivered in time “Chitale said.

”As a company we have donated the brand new truck as social cause to curb Corona virus in the country following the President’s appeal to the private sector to donate cars to ease transport means but also sign of good corporation with government, “Chitale added.

Health minister Jane Ruth Aceng thanked Tata for generous donation saying together challenges of transport will be addressed and health equipment and masks  be delivered on real time during the lock down.

According to ministry of health Uganda has registered 175 Corona virus cases and the 15 new cases are out of 2,106 samples tested on 22nd May 2020.

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