India Covid-19: “Tuk-tuk ambulance” helps patients
Raj tuk-tuk driver Raj Kumar in the Indian capital Delhi wants to make his effort to help his countrymen suffer from the pandemic.
So his humble vehicle has become an ambulance, transporting people to and from hospitals for free.
It’s a huge help, given the shortage of ambulances, as the city is battling the second deadly wave of Covid-19.
Delhi cases have risen rapidly in the last month, and hospital beds, medicines and oxygen are in short supply. The crisis has helped to significantly increase Covid’s death.
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