During the ongoing second wave of Coronavirus, India is perhaps witnessing its worst healthcare crisis. With a shortage of hospital beds, oxygen cylinders, ventilators, and whatnot, it's a struggle to survive. However, as long as we try to help each other out, not all hope is lost.
Recently, in one such heart-warming incident on Twitter, Twitterati got together to help a child who lost their family to Covid-19.
Food & Travel writer Dipali Bhasin yesterday asked for leads on Twitter that can support the 14-year-old child. She wrote, "Please suggest what kind of institutional (or otherwise) support maybe available for a child (14years old) who has lost all their family to Covid. It's urgent. Location is Delhi. #Help #COVID19 #delhi."
Within minutes, Twitterati got together to assemble help for the kid.
Here are some of the leads Bhasin received that help children who have lost their family to Covid-19. If you are looking for similar institutions, have a look at the following tweets.