Thursday, Oct 05, 2023 | Last Update : 12:43 AM IST
COVID-19 has surged the crisis with lack of hospital beds, lack of oxygen cylinders, and even the basic necessities for prevention. However, where preventive management is important differently abled need to be made more aware by spreading the right information. To support this, Narayan SevaSansthan (NSS) an NGO with a cause of supporting the differently-abled for a 24*7 toll-free number 18003091111 launched by Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan SevaSansthanto fight against COVID-19. The service will have a team of 15 experts who shall share details on nutrition, eating habits, natural remedies, and sanitization methods to those who have been quarantined and affected by COVID-19 and even to those who seek more information on COVID-19 and its preventive measures.
Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan SevaSansthan said, “We have introduced the toll-free service number 18003091111 for the differently-abled people which will be operational 24*7. The idea was to reduce the situation of panic and keep people well aware of the symptoms of COVID-19 and even offer remedies to them while they are at home. We shall have a team of 15 experts who would be consulting our NSS Mitra’s that will be giving free consultation under the guidance of these experts. The NSS Mitra team will be offering free health consultations to all those who call them and shall be operating in two shifts from Udaipur, Rajasthan.”
In the meantime in Udaipur, NSS is distributing free food to around 500 people a day. In the state of curfew, NSS aims to serve the people of the state through food distribution and offering a free consultation to avoid the spread of this pandemic further.
NSS team distributed 154120 free food ration kits, 77005 masks among the migrants, needy, and differently-abled during the previous lock-down.