Public Infrastructure Ministry donates 30 units of blood to NBTS

first_imgThe Public Infrastructure Ministry recently held a blood drive and mini health fair, which saw the donationMinister within the Public Infrastructure Ministry Annette Ferguson interacts with a member of staff during the recent blood driveof approximately 30 units of blood.This exercise was a collaborative effort with the Public Health Ministry’s National Blood Transfusion Services (NTBS).At this time of the year, the Blood Bank is short of all blood types, particularly O-Negative and O-Positive, and with this in mind the Public Infrastructure Ministry thought it fit to play its part by encouraging staff members to donate blood.The health fair also saw services, such as glucose, eye, blood pressure, and HIV testing, as well as, mental health and dental screenings being offered.Minister within the Public Infrastructure Ministry, Annette Ferguson, was present during the activity and stressed the importance of maintaining one’s health and its link to productivity. She further urged those in attendance to conduct more regular health check-ups and emphasised that “prevention is always better than cure”.last_img read more