New Delhi: After discovering that people were being overcharged for ambulances, Delhi-based NGO Wishings and Blessings decided to launch a free ambulance service to help the needy, who did not have enough money to ferry their loved ones to a hospital. Simultaneously, the NGO has been distributing ration kits and medical essentials such as oximeters, masks and sanitisers to the underprivileged.
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THE COUNTER-COVID19 MOVEMENT
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