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Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan donated plasma

Cuttack3/10/20:: Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who has recently recovered from COVID-19, donated plasma at SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack on Saturday.

Taking to Twitter, Pradhan stated, “It is immensely satisfying to do my bit towards the fight against the #COVID-19 pandemic.” He further urged all COVID-19 recovered people to come forward and donate plasma to aid the treatment of a COVID-19 patientPradhan had tested positive for coronavirus on August 4 and had been admitted to Medanta Hospital in Delhi.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today thanked Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan for donating plasma ta SCB Medical college and College in Cuttack.

Taking to Twitter Patnaik said, “Many thanks to Dharmendra pradhan for donating plasma at SCB Medical College and Hospital. I also urge everyone to donate plasma to save the precious lives of the COVID infected.”

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