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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

IAM Advanced Riders North West Ulster join fight against COVID-19

The IAM Advanced Riders North West Ulster want to help out in any way they can with the current COVID-19 Emergency and their highly trained riders are offering their services in the fight against the virus.

A statement from the IAM Advanced Riders North West Ulster reads:

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“We will have a number of highly trained and skilled bikers ready at short notice to help with the delivery of key supplies to all Healthcare Facilities such as Hospitals, GP Clinics, Care Homes, Medical Centres, Pharmacies, as well as Police and Fire Stations.

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“We are ready to help using our own motorcycles with the rapid collection and delivery of PPE kits, cleaning supplies, dry medical supplies (needles, tubes, BP kits, etc), baby monitors.

“We will also collect and deliver emergency medicines from pharmacies to patients, blood samples, test kits etc.

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“We are committed to providing a pick-up and delivery service to anywhere in need in the North-West Ulster Region and beyond if needed. This voluntary service will be provided on a 24/7 basis.”

If you need our help for any of the services listed above, please contact our coordinators:

Michelle on 07515543974 or Michael on 07730 193561.

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