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Political Leaders in attendance at The COVID-19 Champions Awards-2020

Worlds fist COVID-19 Champions Awards took place at United Sherpa Association Inc., located in Elmhurst Queens. Close to 50 people were in attendance on both floors of the temple.

The Event was the brainchild of Dr. Adal Hussain, AKA Dr.Abbey who came up with the idea of honoring the community, along with politicians who have made a difference as well as a wide range of organizations who have served by giving of themselves with tireless and exceptional work ethic as the COVID-19 Pandemic continues to rage on.

The Event was held in Collaboration with The United Sherpa Association Inc, headed by President Urgen Sherpa. The event was invite only, as only a total of only 50 people are allowed indoors on both floors combined in accordance to safety protocols regarding community transmission.

We like to thank the following politicians who were in attendance and presented Proclamations and Citations to Humanitarians of the World Inc (Founder Dr.Adal Hussain) and The United Sherpa Association Inc (President Urgen Sherpa). Melinda Katz (Newly Elected) Queens DA, who was an honoree and keynote speaker.
Congress member Grace Meng , Member, US House of Representative of 6th District, Congress member was not able to attend in person but invited, Dr.Abbey and Urgen to present both organizations to present Proclamations, at a very private ceremony at here office.

Congress member Meng went onto to say, I appreciate the great work , Humanitarians of the World Inc, headed by its leader Dr.Adal Hussain and Urgen Sherpa, President United Sherpa Association Inc, I and the Whole Congress Proclaim Sat Oct 24th 2020, COVID-19 Champions day.

Jeffrion L.Aubry: Member of New York State Assembly District 35, was not able to attend due to a personal matter. Assembly Member Aubury , invited us to his office and personally presented proclamations, to Humanitarians of the World Inc, (Founder ,Dr.Adal Hussain) and Urgen Sherpa (President United Sherpa Association Inc). Went on to say the Whole New York State Assembly Proclaims Sat Oct 24th 2020, COVID-19 Champion awards day.

Sharon Lee: Acting Queens Borough President, presented Citations to Dr.Adal Hussain and Urgen Sherpa, and went on to say I am proud to present citations to two warriors who are doing great work for the community.

Catalina Cruz: Member of New York State Assembly District 39, was an honoree and presented Humanitarians of the World Inc (Dr.Adal Hussain, Founder) and Urgen Sherpa (President United Sherpa Association Inc) Citations for doing great work for the community during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Daniel Dromm: New York City Council Member for District 25, was an honoree and he presented a Citation to Dr.Adal Hussain and Urgen Sherpa. Also he presented certificates to the volunteers who help make the COVID-19 Champions awards 2020, a super success.
Council member Dromm went on to say, I have know Dr.Adal Hussain, over 16 years and has covered many of our LGBTQ Parades in his World Liberty TV LGBTQ+ Channels, which I founded many years ago, he truly is a great humanitarian., also I honor Urgen Sherpa for doing great humanitarian work in our community.

Jessica Gonzalez Rojas: Assembly member  for District New York 34. Was an honoree, she went on to say, I thank both leaders like Dr.Adal Hussain, Founder Humanitarians of the World Inc, and Urgen Sherpa, President United Sherpa Association Inc.

Jessica Ramos: New York State Senator for District , New York’s 13th State Senate district. Was an honoree, she went on to say, I am honored to be considered a COVID-19 Champions award winner, and thanked the both organizations for the good work being done in the communities.

We at Humanitarians of the World Inc, like to thank all the politicians in attendance and supporting The World’s first COVID-19 Champions awards Gala and Dinner -2020,and at the same time to thank Urgen Sherpa , President United Sherpa Association and his board and volunteers to make this COVID-19 Champions awards into a super successful event.
You can view exclusive coverage of the Awards Gala in our World Liberty TV, Humanitarian Channel by clicking here. Also see exclusive coverage in our World Liberty TV, Blogs by clicking here.

You can also view additional coverage of COVID-19 Champions award Gala 2020, in our Humanitarians of the World Inc, TV Channel by clicking here. Also you can see additional coverage in our Humanitarians of the World Inc TV Blog , COVID-19 Champions award Gala-2020, by Clicking here.

About Humanitarians of the World Inc: Humanitarians of the World, Inc. (HOTWINC), is also a not for profit 503(c) tax exempt organization.
One of the goals of HOTWINC is to broadcast Humanitarian activities taking place throughout the world via its official online TV, “World Liberty TV Humanitarian Channel” located at
Another goal of the organization is to recognize those individuals and entities that provide humanitarian services through charitable acts or activities throughout the world. Medals of recognition will be awarded to those whose humanitarian efforts assist, support, and further the economic, social, mental and physical well-being of the underprivileged, disenfranchised, suffering and/or downtrodden people of the world, as a way of honoring them at the annual fundraising galas, and eventually HOTWINC Hall of Fame annual events.
The primary goal of Humanitarians Of The World Inc. is to help the neediest of people throughout the world wherever they may be in need.

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HOTWINC & USA Inc Honor 4 Thousand Elmhurst Hospital Personnel with COVID-19 Champions awards-2020

We are proud to honor Israel Rocha, Jr.Chief Executive Officer, Executive administration of Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, New York., and the following three departments; Nursing , Pulmonary Medicine/Critical care,  and Emergency Medicine.

At the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Elmhurst hospital was the pandemic hospital of the USA.

Elmhurst Hospital, in Queens, New York, is a 545-bed city hospital that serves as a safety-net institution for a largely working-class immigrant population. The novel coronavirus has quickly spread through this vulnerable community, and the hospital is currently operating at more than 100% capacity. In an effort to free up precious beds, dozens of non-Covid-related cases are being transferred to other facilities. Inpatient wards are overwhelmed with those who, under different circumstances, would belong in intensive care units. This is the “epicenter within the epicenter” of the Covid-19 crisis in New York City.

Elmhurst Hospital set up a tent — one of the first in New York — outside of the emergency department. This stemmed the tide in three ways: First, it kept non-critically ill patients out of the emergency room and away from risk. Second, it allowed us to assign physicians who typically work in ambulatory clinics to the tent, freeing up ER doctors for the more critical cases. Finally, in the face of unprecedented demand, New York City hospitals have constrained supplies that need to be judiciously managed for high-risk patients. Keeping the critically ill apart from the non-critically ill helps us allocate resources appropriately.

The national shortage of gowns, masks, gloves, and other materials that keep medical staff safe has created a bottleneck and forced us to find creative ways to conserve. For example, Elmhurst has contained suspected Covid patients in a specific, separate area of the hospital under negative pressure, which helps prevent cross-contamination between rooms. Providers working in a Covid section of the hospital can feasibly wear one N95 mask and face shield throughout a shift, while still protecting themselves from infection. While not an ideal long-term solution, it’s allowed Elmhurst to continue seeing and admitting new patients at a reasonable pace while slowing the burn rate of precious PPE.

Already, on multiple occasions, doctors at Elmhurst have scrambled to find a ventilator for a critically ill Covid-19 patient. We nervously anticipate the day when we will not have one. “Make more ventilators” is an obvious solution, but ventilators are complex machines, difficult to produce quickly, and they have been subject to an enormous surge in global demand. We need them immediately — not next month or next week.

In response, we have freed up existing ventilators in operating rooms and obtained others from less impacted hospitals in our health system. This has only been possible as elective surgical cases are put on hold, but it also offers a national model for finding urgent supplies in forgotten places.

We at Humanitarians of the World Inc, invited Elmhurst hospital staff to be honored at our COVID-19 Champions awards Gala 2020., but they was not able to attend due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and a busy schedule of the head doctors.

So we were invited to Elmhurst hospital where we presented the COVID-19 Champions awards-2020, to the following departments: Israel Rocha, Jr.Chief Executive Officer, accepted  Executive administration COVID-19 Champions award, Alfredo Astua, MD, Pulmonary Medicine/Critical care, Dr. Stuart Kessler , Director Department of Emergency Medicine. Joan M. Curcio, MD, Nursing .

Mr Rocha, went on to say we employ close to four thousand people in Elmhurst hospital, we will be very happy to honor each and every one of the four thousand employees, with the COVID-19 Champions awards-2020.

I like to thank Dr.Adal Hussain, Founder of Humanitarians of the World Inc, and Mr Urgen Sherpa , President , United Sherpa Association Inc, for bestowing these wonderful honors.

Mr Rocha, went on to say, your recognition of our efforts warms our hearts and inspires us as we continue to care for patients during the current healthcare crisis. Please be safe and well.

To see more coverage of Elmhurst Hospital, in our World Liberty TV, Humanitarian Channels by clicking here.    Also see pictures of COVID-19 Champions awards winners by clicking here.