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Two days Wellness Workshop held at Budgam

BUDGAM, SEPTEMBER 15: Department of Health Budgam in collaboration with International Association for Human Values (IAHV) an NGO and duly supported by District Administration today organized 2 days Wellness Workshop here.

The workshop was inaugurated by CMO Budgam Dr Tajamul in presence of designated Coordinator Ministry of Health Govt of India Vandana.

Vandana in her presentation sensitized the Health Workers about ways and means to tackle any emergency, eventuality amid COVID-19 pandemic.

She also taught the methods of Art of living on new parameters during current circumstances and added that today’s workshop was 6th of its kind held across the valley.

Speaking on the occasion CMO Dr Tajamul appreciated the efforts of the Coordinator and reiterated that her lessons and guidance about Art of living methods will prove pivotal for safety and confidence level among people.

He said all health workers were eagerly waiting to be part of this workshop and feel satisfied that the training and experience they received here will enhance their confidence, potential and capability in facing any requirement amid COVID-19 pandemic.

Health Workers including Doctors and Paramedical staff besides other concerned from all health institutes of Budgam participated in the workshop.

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