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METRO PAKISTAN AND UNILEVER JOIN HANDS TO DISTRIBUTE FREE MEALS TO PARAMEDICS

METRO PAKISTAN AND UNILEVER JOIN HANDS TO DISTRIBUTE FREE MEALS TO PARAMEDICS

Karachi, June 24, 2020: Covid-19 Pandemic has adversely impacted the lives of many across the world. During this difficult time, METRO Pakistan in collaboration with Unilever Pakistan distributed meal boxes to the frontline warriors, including doctors, nurses, and other medical support functions at various hospitals, fighting the war against the global pandemic.

These frontline fighters have been putting their lives at risk day in and day out to save lives of people who have been impacted by the deadly virus. This initiative started at the beginning of this month and till date over 600 meal boxes have been distributed across three cities. However the aim still is to extend this activity on country level to facilitate as many health workers as possible.

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