Yad Valiullah Mohagheghi announced the launch of a telephone queuing system for customers and said: “This has been done in order to maintain the health and well-being of customers and to minimize gatherings in branches and with the aim of breaking the chain of coronary heart disease.”
According to the ILNA correspondent, Seyed Valiullah Mohagheghi, Branch Manager of Mazandaran Workers ‘Welfare Bank, while congratulating the reporters on the occasion of Nurse’s Day, said: “Mazandaran Workers’ Welfare Bank, in order to support the medical staff during the days of confronting Corona, has taken faithful help for the third time in a row.” Has purchased hospital equipment.
Babian said that at this stage, 23 billion and 653 million rials were donated to Fatemeh Al-Zahra Hospital in Sari to buy an oxygen generator. The device was used to prevent oxygen shortages and pressure drop in intensive care units, which are essential for patients. Coronary artery is considered to have been donated to this medical center.
A researcher announced the launch of a telephone queuing system for customers and said: “This has been done in order to maintain the health and well-being of customers and to minimize gatherings in branches and with the aim of breaking the chain of coronary heart disease.”
The branch affairs manager of Kargaran Welfare Bank continued: In this system, customers select key 2 by calling 8525-021, and after entering the branch code, the turnover time will be sent to their mobile phone via SMS, and if they do not have the code, The branch establishes the customers’ contact with the employees of the bank’s customer relations center and with their guidance, he is informed of the turn to attend the branch.
Emphasizing the need for customers to follow health protocols, he reminded: to maintain the health of employees of the branches of the Welfare Bank, workers throughout the province have the necessary health arrangements, including the distribution and supply of sanitary supplies including masks, hand and surface disinfectants and creating teleworking conditions. Grants have been taken for a number of colleagues.
At the end of his address to his honorable compatriots, Mohagheghi called for avoiding unnecessary presence in the communities and observing as many health practices as possible in order to prevent coronary heart disease, and expressed hope that we would see the eradication of this evil virus as soon as possible.