Guwahati: At the time of the national crisis in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, the Border Security Force Frontier HQ Guwahati is not only engaged in manning the Indo-Bangladesh Border but also extending all the possible help towards social welfare by donating Plasma to COVID-19 infected patients after being infected by COVID-19 virus during their routine assigned works, hospitalization, and recovery to combat COVID-19 Pandemic.
BSF jawans who recovered from COVID-19 infection of Frontier HQ BSF Guwahati donated their convalescent plasma after assessing their antibodies status to Guwahati Medical College (GMC) Hospital, Guwahati, Assam. Many other personnel of BSF Frontier Guwahati, who has recovered from the COVID-19 virus infection, are also ready to donate their plasma to combat COVID-19 Pandemic.
Since the Composite Hospital (CH) BSF, Patgaon established a COVID Care Center/Dedicated COVID Health Center (CCC/DCHC) at Frontier HQ BSF, Patgaon, Guwahati, their dedicated medical and paramedical staff and their sincere efforts, genuine involvement, made the availability of necessary equipment and medication, training of staff and other necessary required arrangement within a very short period has been appreciated by state health authorities and have benefitted COVID-19 recovered patients.
It is worthwhile to mention that Guwahati Frontier BSF is following the norms laid by WHO, as well as the Govt of India to Counter the Covid-19. Seema Praharies of Guwahati Frontier Border Security Force apart from managing Indo- Bangladesh International border, also assist border population in an emergency like Covid-19 pandemic, as well as providing medical assistance to needful peoples.