COVID-19 is revealing critical weakness in how we care for each other. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, food insecurity has increased globally. This is particularly true for people who earn their daily wages. As India goes through the world’s biggest lock down, it is during this times of crisis, it is said, brings out the best in us. Amid the gloom surrounding the unprecedented Coronavirus crisis, there are people like Dr. Anand Kumar member of Anti Corona Task Force( Pandemic Force) doctors panel and Chief Medical Officer with Ayush Ministry NDMC hospital Delhi and President of Banjara NGO’s and his team in Punjab who become a beacon of hope by their acts of generosity and kindness.
Dr Anand Kumar member of Anti Corona Task Force( Pandemic Force) doctors panel and Chief Medical Officer with Ayush Ministry NDMC hospital Delhi and his team in Punjab on Wednesday distributed free vegetables and other eatable items to the rural populace of Punjab who are reeling under the lockdown. They have been doing this since the lockdown and continues to do the good deed during the rest of the lockdown period.
The Coronavirus outbreak has put the society’s values to test. In these times of crisis, people should look out for each other and put the interests of the wider community ahead of personal gains. Anti Corona Task Force( Pandemic Force) members are really doing the great work in helping the society and the nation to get through this difficult times.
Anti Corona Task Force( Pandemic Force) members across the nation have set an example of humanity during this time of distress and have always come forward to provide any help to people who are in need and are underprivileged. Society may have distanced itself from them in happier times but Anti Corona Task Force( Pandemic Force) members are playing good samaritans to the homeless and the needy people across the country as the Coronavirus rampages through the world.