Coronavirus outbreak: NWWA women produce 1500 face masks to fight COVID-19

Updated: Apr 13, 2020, 16:26 IST | Faizan Khan | Mumbai

The face masks were distributed to the Indian Navy personnel and their families in the residential areas of Colaba in South Mumbai

The face masks made by women of Navy Wives Welfare Association
The face masks made by women of Navy Wives Welfare Association

While the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) made face mask compulsory in Mumbai, the women of Navy Wives Welfare Association (NWWA) Western Region stitched around 1500 face masks in order to safeguard the naval community from the threat of COVID-19.

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The women of NWWA stitched around 1500 face masks

The face masks were distributed to the Indian Navy personnel and their families in the residential areas of Colaba in South Mumbai. The face masks were distributed to the sailors at INS Angre and to police personnel of the Mumbai Police.

The ladies of NWWA (WR) are committed to do their bit to support the fight against COVID-19.

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