Jharkhand Man Steps Up for Covid Patients Under Home Isolation, Delivers Ration and Medicines
The coronavirus pandemic has seen an unprecedented and uncountable number of heartwarming incidents where good Samaritans have come out to try and help those reeling under the effects of the virus. Among them is also this 38-year-old man who has been delivering ration and medicines to those who have tested positive and are under home quarantine.
Jharkhand’s Santosh Kumar Panda has been working hard to supply daily need items and ration and medicines to those who have tested positive and are under home isolation. Panda is usually on his bike, taking rides across the city and goes wherever the call for help comes from and he doe sit without charging anything extra. A resident of Kiriburu, Panda reportedly said he gets at least 10 or more phone calls requesting him for delivery of ration and medicines and he tries to do as many as he can. He delivers to at least 5 or 6 places a day. But with rising cases of infections everywhere, Panda says he follows all the precautions needed before going out.
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