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Thyrocare extends a helping hand for Kerala Floods

Kerala is getting back to normalcy after the recent flood which devastated the state. The overall damage is estimated to be more than Rs 21,000 crores. According to authorities, 31% of the total flood-hit houses have been cleaned and electricity has been restored for 23.36 lakh connections of the 25.6 lakh disrupted.

The unprecedented heavy rains that devastated Kerala and displaced millions of our fellow countrymen and destroyed their homes and other valuable belongings, have traumatized every Indian citizen. In a move to help the millions of people troubled by the natural calamity in the state Thyrocare Technologies Ltd have donated an amount of Rs 10 Lakhs to the state of Kerala.

The worst flood to hit Kerala in nearly a century bore testimony to how people rose above their indifferences and put their heart and soul into the rescue operations. The state witnessed exceptional rescue operations under the Indian Army, Indian Navy, Central Armed Police Forces, Kerala Police, Kerala Fire and Rescue services, and National Disaster Response force. The local fishermen of Kerala emerged as the new heroes during the rescue operations. Kerala floods also proved how social media handles can be effectively used, the officials as well as the common public used social media platforms to reach out to people, to spread awareness, and above all to curb the spreading of fake news. Social media platforms became control rooms overnight and with the situation worsening, all groups active on Facebook focused on helping the flood victims and authorities, while suspending their regular activities.

Thyrocare Technologies Limited, Mumbai, is a public limited company engaged in rendering diagnostic services to the people at very affordable and most competitive charges; focusing on clinical chemistry and preventive care diagnosis. Their Central Processing Laboratory in Navi Mumbai, which is installed with the world’s largest automated laboratory, and where about 50,000 blood specimens are processed and over 200,000 clinical investigations are conducted every night. Thyrocare also have Regional Processing Laboratories in Mumbai, New Delhi, Coimbatore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Bengaluru and Patna. They collect samples through a pan-India network of authorised Service Providers, comprising Thyrocare Service Providers, Thyrocare Aggregators and Online Clients.

Expressing the solidarity at this hour of crisis and in the brave and sincere efforts to redevelop the affected parts of Kerala and rehabilitate millions of people affected by this disaster Thyrocare have out a hand for the troubled state.

As a token of the support to the state Thyrocare have donated Rs 10 lakhs to the “Chief Ministers Distress Relief Fund”, in the hope of it would find its way to relieve the affected people of some burden.

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