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CSR of ACT Fibernet contributes 25,000 rapid antigen testing kits to Telangana govt.

Extending its support to combat COVID-19, internet service provider ACT Fibernet today joined hands with the Government of Telangana for a CSR distribution. The company has donated 25,000 rapid antigen testing kits to the Medical Infrastructure Division, Department of Health, Government of Telangana to provide hospitals with necessary resources to test and correctly determine patients suffering from the disease.
As cases continue rising and the country is braving the shift to the new normal, ACT Fibernet has extended its CSR support through the form of contributing these essential rapid antigen test kits that will enable doctors to determine individuals showing with symptoms of COVID-19 as positive or negative. Testing is the foremost step towards diagnosis and through these tests, medical professionals will be able to quickly and efficiently diagnose, treat and help patients recover.
”The fight against Covid-19 is a long one and we are not alone in this. This has affected us in all ways and we needed support from all corners. We are glad that ACT Fibernet has stood with us in this fight and I sincerely thank them,” said K. T. Rama Rao, Minister for IT, Industries and Municipal Administration.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a seismic shift in our lives, pushing all of us to undertake severe precautionary measures as a means of survival. The need of the hour is to collaborate with the government in this monumental fight. We are very happy to assist the Government of Telangana in all possible ways and are privileged to be contributing towards this great cause,” said Bala Malladi, Chief Executive Officer, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd.
The CSR division and the management of ACT Fibernet strongly commend and salutes the stalwarts who have been fighting this battle against Covid-19 from the forefront.

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