The COVID-19 crisis in India is causing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis and is deeply heartbreaking. We are doing our best to help ASAP, and to do so would not be possible without your donation. Please consider giving what you can using our form below, OR click the link above to be taken to our GoFundMe page. No matter where or how much you donate, 100% of your donation goes towards helping physicians and relief efforts on the ground. Read below to find out more!
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This pandemic has brought with it great grief and suffering. No one is untouched with this calamity. Thousands are getting sick everyday & healthcare is [having] a hard time [coping] with this situation. Despite having everything prepared, we are feeling helpless in the current scenario. A little help from everyone could help us fight the condition more fiercely.
Working in the frontline during the second wave of COVID-19 in India is heartbreaking, to say… the least. This time, numbers affected by the pandemic have turned into names. Grappling with the eeriness in the air, we, as practitioners of medicine, can do nothing but don our PPE, and give a tough fight to the virus. The news doesn’t help, where it is apparent that it is scarce resources that is killing more than the virus. Hope seems distant, but we somehow do try to share some with our colleagues and family and continue to fight on.
We’re facing a crisis. There is shortage of pulse oximeters & monitors (for vitals monitoring) in the COVID ward as we have only 1 per 24 patients. Even after sending continuous ICU calls patients are not able to get admitted because of lack of beds & ventilators.