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Highlights:   Quotations invited for Operation and care of 3 Nos. of lifts (Otis make), 884 kgs, 13 passengers installed at IRCS>>>   Quotation for Annual Maintenance Contract of Refrigerators 2 deg c - 8 degc (2 nos.) and Deepfreezes -40 degc & -80 deg c (2 nos.) make–Haier for two years>>>   Sealed quotations are invited from Govt. empanelled Auctioneers for providing auctioning services for condemned materials of various types>>>   Comprehensive Annual maintenance Contract of Window AC’s, Split AC’s and water coolers installed at IRCS>>>   Revised-Guideline for conducting First Aid and Home Nursing Training during COVID-19 Pandemic>>>   Model Agreement for linkages with Storage Centres and IRCS Blood Centre>>>      

INDIAN RED CROSS HAS NOT AUTHORISED ANY INDIVIDUAL, CORPORATE, TRUST, FIRM OR BODY TO RAISE OR COLLECT ANY DONATION IN CASH OR KIND ON IT'S BEHALF. ALL FUND TRANSFERS AND CARD PAYMENTS MAY BE DONE THROUGH OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE LINK https://www.indianredcross.org/ircs/COVID19Donate. THE BRANCHES ARE ALSO ADVISED TO FOLLOW DUE DILIGENCE IN THIS MATTER. IRCS WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE TO ANY ENTITY IF IT MAKES A DONATION OTHERWISE

Battling COVID-2019 : Initiatives taken by IRCS to contain the spread

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IRCS thanks the benevolent people who are sending messages, e-mails and making phone calls to express their solidarity with us. You may send your donations to take forward our Covid 19 humanitarian work. Tax exemption under 80G is available for contributions.

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Control Room - COVID-19Please call us at 011-23359379, 9319982104 or 9319982105. For any blood services query call us at our 24/7 control room.

IRCS NHQ Blood Center timings for blood donation:
Monday- Saturday (except 2nd Saturday): 9 AM - 7 PM
2nd Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays: 10 AM - 6 PM
Note: The NHQ Blood Center is open 24/7 for issue of blood. 


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NAT LAb Inauguration

20 March, 2021
Dr. Harsh Vardhan,
Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare and Chairman of the Indian Red Cross Society, National Headquarters inaugurated a Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) Testing Facility at the IRCS NHQ Blood Centre. He also inaugurated three fully equipped vehicles, including two blood collection vans which would be used to hold blood camps and add blood units to the Red Cross Blood Centre. More....

Uttarakhand Glacier Melt

The IRCS team rushed to offer its support to local administration & other responders, such as NDRF & ITBP during Uttrakhand Nandadevi Glacier Outburst . State leadership has offered its support and is ready with supplies.

07 February, 2021
 

 

COVID Vaccine
10 February, 2021

Dr. Rajkumar Shah (MBBS, FCGP, dip Pharmacy) IRCS, Pune shared his experience on COVID-19 Vaccination and encouraged people to take up vaccine shots without any fear.

"I was CORONA + in the 3rd week of December 20. I was admitted in the Hospital, quarantined for another 14 days.  No other complaints now. I am attending my regular OPD . On 10th of February I have taken covishield vaccine. With this dose I was quite comfortable, no fever, no rash ,no giddiness, no other post vaccine complaints.
Because of fear in mind people hesitate to take vaccine but I appeal to all to go for vaccination without any hitch in mind."
Dr Rajkumar Shah IRCS Pune.


IRCS Newsletter March 2021

IRCS Newsletter March 2021

Request for Storage Centre: Linkage of Private / Government hospitals in Delhi & NCR with IRCS Blood Centre as Mother Blood Centre

 

World Health Day - 07 April, 2021

"WORLD HEALTH DAY"
April 07, 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has posed one of the biggest threats to human life worldwide. It has also challenged public health like never before. The economic and social disruption caused by the pandemic is devastating as it has undercut recent health gains, pushed more people into poverty, resulting into food insecurity, and amplified gender, social and health inequities.

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