Thalassery: Parish of the Archdiocese of Thalassery, monastic community, and institutions have already received Rs 2.28 crore during the lockdown. 62.65 lakh to 2242 beneficiaries. A sum of Rs 70.95 lakh has been spent on providing food kits to 10388 families. 32.56 lakh was given as an aid to 1004 patients. One and a half million masks were made. 54.87 lakhs were spent on the supply of preventive equipment and sanitizers.
The assistance was provided in Kannur and Kasargod districts. The Credit Union and Muktisree under the Archdiocese of Kerala have disbursed loans of Rs 2.40 crore in Kasargod district with the help of Bank of India. In Kannur district, Rs. A reserve fund to provide food supplies to the common man has begun for the next three months.
A total of 75 institutions have been left to the government to facilitate the quarantine. At Vimal Jyothi Engineering College under the Archdiocese, the robot, mobile kiosk, and automated sanitizer dispenser were designed and handed over to the 5K Kovid Medical Center and Thalassery General Hospital.
TSS, the social service arm of the Archdiocese, is implementing programs such as food distribution and handicraft facilities for the sick. The Archdiocese said it would continue to be the front line for the COVID defense.