Amidst the second continuous wave of Covid-19 in India, ordinary citizens are looking for resources and guaranteed information that can help those in need. Grief-stricken people are looking for proven information that can save their time and pave the way for quick work to find needed medical care and care.
In an effort to close the information gap, the Startup Incubation and Innovation Center (SIIC) of the Indian Institute of Kanpur (IIT) Kanpur has set up a website to provide accurate and proven guidelines on the various needs of families suffering from Covid-19 diseases.
Social media has become the first platform to seek help in times of crisis. Although these forums are full of diverse sources of information and information. However, it is untrue which is why it sometimes adds grief to the plight of the poor as they end up not getting help from the one being led.
IIT Kanpur has launched a website – https://indiacovidsupport.com/ – to distribute authentic and verified leads and update real-time information. The website is up and running with 1100+ certified entries since its launch on Thursday. Designed to provide authentic and proven guidelines regarding oxygen, plasma donors, medications, ICU beds etc. The platform also allows people to upload tracks.
Director of IIT Kanpur, Abhau Karandikar in a series of tweets provided details about the speaker. He said the center’s efforts were supported by a team of 50+ volunteers from non-IITK people.
With this platform, IIT Kanpur assists lakhs of people who are struggling to navigate the real and real-time data amidst the ongoing health crisis.
In a shocking turn of events, India has reported 3,86,452 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours – the worst-case scenario since the epidemic began last year.
According to the Union Department of Health, 3498 deaths and 2,97,540 cases were recorded in the last 24 hours. 2,08,330 people have been infected so far. A total of 1,53,84,418 people have recovered from the disease so far. The total number of active cases of infection in India has now risen to 31,70,228. The total number of COVID-19 cases increased to 1,87,62,976.