The COVID-19 pandemic, which broke out at the end of 2019, wreaked havoc on the world. The increased number of diseases has had a negative impact on global society, particularly because COVID-19 has spread to every corner of the globe. Faced with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, governments and communities around the world must rethink and redesign their social welfare systems to ensure that they are appropriate and effective in dealing with the hazards and problems.
To mitigate the overall effect, we have made measures to eliminate hunger at this time. We provided nourishing food and a large amount of medical equipment to the Salem government while maintaining all safety and security precautions. We want to keep doing the same thing for the virtue of our society. Our team has arranged the packaging and delivery of the meals to COVID-19 patients in Salem, with all safety and security procedures in place.

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Thiagarajar Polytechnic and Sona Institutions’ donate Rs 1 crore worth of nutritious food to COVID patients in Salem
As many as 57,913 COVID-19 positive cases were reported in Salem till 25 th May 2021. According to health department officials, there are 811 fatal cases till today.
During the COVID crisis, Thiagarajar Polytechnic and Sona Institutions are working for the welfare of society. Chairman C. Valliappa handed over a letter of intent to Mr.V.Senthil Balaji, Minister for Electricity, Prohibition, and Excise in the presence of Mr.S.Karmegam, Salem Collector and Mr.R.Rajendran, Salem North Constituency MLA, Dr.V.Karthikeyan, Principal, Thiagarajar Polytechnic, Mr.Chocko Valliappa, Vice Chairman, Sona Groups, Dr.S.R.R Senthil Kumar, Principal, Sona College of Technology and Dr.G.M Kadhar Nawaz, Principal, Sona College of Arts and Science. Some of the initiatives are as followed.
They have donated Rs 1 crore worth of healthy meals five times a day to COVID patients at Salem Steel Plant's Special Corona Treatment Centre.
In association with the Salem government hospitals, they have also set up a Quarantine center inside Sona Institutions with 100+ beds for the COVID patients