Association of Banks donates $20,000 to the Health Ministry

Association of Banks donates $20,000 to the Health Ministry

By Naveel Krishant
Tuesday 04/05/2021
Association of Banks President Rakesh Ram

The Association of Banks in Fiji has donated $20,000 to the Ministry of Health in contact tracing efforts and containment of the coronavirus.

President Rakesh Ram says they commend Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr James Fong for his continuing effort, good work and dedication to lead the team in protecting all Fijians from the deadly virus.

He further says they appreciate the efforts of all front-line staff putting themselves at risk and fully supports the Ministry of Health in its attempt to bring life back to normalcy for the people of Fiji.

Ram adds they encourage all Fijians to stay safe and get back to basics: stay home, practice social distancing, always wash your hands and wear a mask.



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