According to the statement released by WHO on March 13, 2020, the global number of confirmed cases of COVID19 has reached to 1,32, 758. The World Health Organization (WHO) reminds all countries and communities that the spread of this virus can be significantly slowed or even reversed through the implementation of robust containment and control activities. Over 100 countries have now reported laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID19.
Caritas India would like to express our heartfelt solidarity with all families who have either lost a loved one or are affected by the Coronavirus in different parts of the world. We earnestly make an appeal to all to adhere to the compliances as may be issued by the Government.
As an Organization, Caritas India has been recognized for its efforts in building resilience in the face of disasters and emergencies. We also complement all the efforts undertaken by the health agencies towards strengthening the resilience in the context of this special situation. We encourage all staff members in Caritas India and all partners associated with us to follow and adhere to the following simple precautions that can make a big difference:
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At Caritas India, we are mindful of the situation and closely monitoring information as may be shared by health authorities. Therefore, while undertaking all necessary caution, we would also like to request all staff members and partners to exercise good prudence on the information being circulated on social media.
Caritas India is ever committed to work in tandem with the health advisories and willing to extend its support as and when needed. We also encourage all our partners to be part of this awareness building process to educate the masses in dealing with this pandemic.
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