Observing an alarming situation created out of second wave of coronavirus pandemic in the country, the Narayan Seva Sansthan – an NGO working to support disabled and senior citizens in different states especially in Maharashtra, Telangana, and Rajasthan has come forward to extend a helping hand to people smarting under pandemic by supplying free medicines to their doorstep.
The NGO, led by President Prashant Agarwal, is supplying NSS Corona Kits comprising of essentially important medicines like Paracetamol, Doxy Capsule, Vitamin Tablets like Zing, Azithromysin, Ivermectin and some multivitamins greatly supportive to boost the immunity and the vitamin deficiency in patients suffering with covid-19.
To ensure timely support to the patients from different states, the NGO has formed a number 9649499999 only to reach out to people desperately in need of medicines. The NGO even roped in a private courier service called to ensure time bound delivery of the corona kits to targeted areas.
To avail the facility, the callers from states like Telangana, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan etc can make a call to the number being provided to receive NSS Corona Kit which will be delivered in two to three days to the patients’ house.
“To have these corona kit individuals, differently-abled persons and senior citizens can make a call on the number 9649499999 and get their name registered to avail the facility. The only thing they need to do is to share their prescription slips and lab tested reports on the number to secure their kit which will be delivered in not more than three days,” explain Prashant Agarwal, President Narayan Seva Sansthan.
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Narayan Seva Sansthan, he further said, is always on the forefront to extend timely support to the needy and tormented especially during the time of calamities and catastrophe similar to corona virus pandemic. “Second wave of coronavirus pandemic leaves behind a trial of destruction across the world and more specifically in India where lack of beds and oxygen facilities in hospitals left people completely dejected. Hence we decided to provide free prescribed medicines to people desperately in need of the same,” explained Prashant.
Recently the NSS through its 24X7 toll-free number 18003091111 has initiative similar service for differently-abled persons who have queries regarding COVID and nutrition intake while in quarantine, he said, adding that “the NGO, in the meantime in Udaipur, is distributing free food, offering free consultations and masks etc., to help arrest the spread of the contagion.”