‘C 4': Kerala's success mantra to contain COVID
Cochin Herald|May - June 2021
Kerala continues to win in the game and can be a learning model for days to come for all. The state has done homework in developing clear-cut strategies in fighting this pandemic. Early detection of cases, enough oxygen plants, systematic coordination of ASHA workers and frontliners to name a few. I had the personal experience, of visiting the COVID testing and vaccination clinics with my parents. On top of that, the government ensured the vaccine available for the public is free of cost.
Hari Namboodiri

Courage - Fearless actions, revamped systems, take lead roles wherever required, filling the gap where ever there are loopholes.

Confidence - Always maintained positivity, the government knew both sides of the coin –that the government must be transparent to its people and the public should be transparent to state.

Compassion - Free kit, community kitchen to name a few.

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