Ntel Donates 20 EV1 Mobile Phones To Help Medical Personnel Fight COVID-19
ntel in partnership with the emergency response team of the Association of Public Health Physicians Of Nigeria (APHPN) Lagos Chapter; has provided 20 EV1 mobile phones with unlimited data and airtime to assist our medical personnel fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
ntel Unlimited data access will enable medical personnel to have diagnostic video calls with patients thus enabling easy and quicker medical recommendations and treatments, as well as reduction of movement of people and personnel in line with the social distancing directive. These numbers will also serve for contact tracing, to ensure all persons that come in contact with any infected individual are identified and quarantined. The association is represented by it’s Vice Chairman Dr. Alero Roberts.
If you suspect you may be infected with the Corona Virus, quarantine yourself immediately and call these ntel numbers: 0804 308 3071-5, 0804 308 3077-9, 0804 308 3080-9, 0804 308 3090-1
L-R Dr Alero Roberts (2nd Vice Chairman APHPN), Dr Shakir Balogun (AFENET) and Dr Everistus Aniaku (NCDC) at the handing over of handsets, sims and data to assist contact tracing and surveillance.
ntel will continue to explore ways in which to play our part to ensure the scourge of the COVID-19 pandemic is brought to an end as quickly as possible.
If you suspect you may be infected with the Corona Virus, quarantine yourself immediately and call these ntel numbers:
0804 308 3071-5, 0804 308 3077-9, 0804 308 3080-9, 0804 308 3090-1
Please continually observe simple hygiene measures, such as washing hands with soap and water, covering mouth while sneezing or coughing and consulting a doctor when feeling ill. If you don’t have access to soap and water, ensure you have alcohol based hand sanitizers. Anyone feeling unwell should stay indoors and avoid physical contact with people.
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