Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kuwaiti Public Relations Society (KPRS), Jamal Al-Nasrallah, announced the society will organize a festival to honour what it called the ‘front-line’ workers from the ministries, various institutions, public benefit associations and volunteer teams which played an effective role in facing the challenges posed by the emerging Covid-19 pandemic, reports Al-Rai daily.
Nasrallah said in a press statement, “Based on the association’s keenness to shed light on the role played by ministries, government and private institutions, and civil society organizations and their efforts in ‘combating’ the corona crisis, the association will also highlight what these front line workers have done and are doing to protect citizens and expatriates and preserve their health by putting their workers at risk in order to confront the pandemic and try to control it, although they face the risk of contracting the virus.”
Al-Nasrallah explained the board of directors is keen to honour all those who have painted a wonderful picture of patriotism by facing the risk of infecting their workers with this epidemic, pointing out that the Kuwaitis have embodied the highest meaning of patriotism and loyalty to their homeland by providing all forms of support Kuwaitis rushed to provide all forms of support for government efforts through donations from charity committees locally and internationally. Al-Nasrallah indicated the workers in government agencies, institutions, civil society institutions and volunteer teams are still making the utmost sacrifices to confront the pandemic, explaining the association will also honor the martyrs in recognition of their invaluable sacrifices.
Source- Arab Times.0