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Medical services aren't just essential services but also emergency service.

May 15, 2021

Guwahati, Assam May 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The pandemic is far from getting over, and infinite people have lost their lives. But one thing it has taught us the value of frontline workers. While we were trying to stay safe, they worked with full dedication and truly helped in saving many lives.Times when cases were evolving, hospitals were flooded with COVID victims, pharmacies across the world have rendered an uninterrupted supply of essential and prescribed medicines so that patients in-home quarantine can recover as well. Medical services aren't just essential services but also emergency services. When people were advised to stay in their homes, doctors were constantly catering to the increasing numbers, pharmacists were out there delivering medicines to the ones in need. This meant lesser people went out to buy medicines and hence, the lesser scope of the spread of the virus. In their own selfless way, they ensured their bit in minimising the burden of healthcare systems supporting them constantly and slashing the effect of the pandemic. Today we are featuring one such pharmacy, that's one of the oldest and finest pharmacies in Northeast India - Deys Pharmacy. It carries a legacy of serving people since 1958. They have been working restlessly since lockdown and with the second wave during curfew hours as well.   Media ContactDey’s Pharmacy*****@gmail.com9920607526SS Road, Lakhtokia, Fancy Bazar Source :Dey’s Pharmacy This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.

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New Book "finding Your Company's Spiritual Purpose" Hopes To Encourage Greater Level Of Community Involvement

May 15, 2021

TEMPLE, Texas - May 16, 2021 - PRLog -- Every successful company also possesses an innate spiritual reason for its existence, according to Rev. Allen C. Liles, author of the new book FINDING YOUR COMPANY'S SPIRITUAL PURPOSE. A former vice president of public relations for The Southland Corporation (7-Eleven Stores), Rev. Liles has spent the last three decades as an ordained non-denominational minister. The new book combines his experiences in the corporate communications world with the lessons of service learned on spiritual path. "I hope to encourage every successful company to explore its spiritual niche in today's challenging business environment," Liles said."I want to offer practical reasons and examples why finding its spiritual purpose can make a strong company even stronger," Liles added. It took two lifetimes of experience in business and also serving as an ordained minister to gain my unique perspective," he stated, "I want to encourage every successful organization to discover its inner strengths." In corporate PR, 7-Eleven's 20-year campaign for the Muscular Dystrophy Association'sJerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon netted $100 million for "Jerry's Kids" between 1976 and 1995. It won a Silver Anvil Award from The Public Relations Society of America as the best community relations program in the country in 1978."The best companies are built on offering a unique product or service, exemplary customer service and community involvement," Rev. Liles concluded. "Adding a spiritual component can add another level of purpose and commitment to an already corporate success story." More information is available at http://www.findingyourcompanysspiritualpurpose.comContactAllen C. Liles***@aol.comRead Full Story - New Book "finding Your Company's Spiritual Purpose" Hopes To Encourage Greater Level Of Community Involvement | More news from this sourcePress release distribution by PRLog

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