Hyd-based NGOs launch 30 ambulance services for COVID-19 patients

Hyderabad(Hyd): Discussing the rising instances of COVID-19 sufferers not been able to enter ambulance solutions, city-based NGOs with multiple remaining from various parts of the nation initiated 30 ambulance solutions here on Thu.. Apart from the, a COVID-19 help line, that caters to the needs of the sufferers, has also being set up.

Talking in the start, Swati Lakra, IPS, IGP Law & Order & in-charge of the Ladies’s Safety Wing of Telangana (TL) stated, “The overall globe is affected by COVID-19-19 epidemic & the amount of instances is rising day by day. There is a nice want to transport sufferers to hospitals. Apart from, in case an unfortunate incident (or) fatality occurs, facilities to shift the body to the burial grounds are also required.”

She furthermore informed that voluntary companies coming forward & creating the prepared ambulances available is a great step.

“We initiated a fleet of 30 ambulances that going to cater to all this regions in the city. These solutions are jointly put together by a tandem of Hyderabad(Hyd) Welfare Council comprising of 17 NGOs involving Sakina Foundation, Deccan Alumni Association North America, Middle East, Teenager Welfare, Contributing Hand Foundation, Safa Baitul Maal, & Tandem COVID relief amongst remaining,” stated Mohammed Asif Hussain Sohail, Chairman of Sakina Foundation.“Exclusive medical vans for ladies are also initiated,” he stated.

“The help line number – 7569600300, going to be functional, that is linked to a command centre managed by this Hyderabad(Hyd) Welfare Council,” Sohail added further.

The tandem of Hyderabad(Hyd) Welfare Council initiated the free ambulance solutions in see of the unprecedented problems took by this COVID-19 epidemic. “There is an acute shortage of ambulance solutions & those controlled by private companies charge quite high. There is a dire want to approach out to citizens facing issues in approaching hospitals,” Dr. Naseem Majid, Gen. Secretary of Deccan College of Medical Sciences Alumni Association, stated.