As Covid-19 cases continue to surge across the country, a large section of society is struggling to get basic medical care. Many can't even afford basic COVID-19 medicines. A doctor couple in Maharashtra has stepped forward to help people who are in need of prescribed medicines for COVID-19 treatment. On May 1, Dr Marcus Ranney and his wife Dr Raina, started ‘Meds For More’. ‘Meds For More’ is a citizen initiative to collect unused medicines from Covid-19 recovered patients. They collect unused or leftover COVID-19 medicines from recovered patients and donate them to the people who need the medicines but cannot afford them. People from around 100 buildings in Mumbai have donated their unused, unexpired medicines since they started the initiative. These medicines will be donated to the primary health care centres in rural areas across India for the timely treatment of the needy or poor Covid-19-infected people. In just 10 days, the couple has collected around 20 kilograms of medicines to be donated with the help of their partner NGOs.
Published: Diptiranjita Patra
Last updated: 12 May 2021, 08:08 PM IST
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