New Delhi: The COVID-19 crisis has had a devastating impact on all Indian citizens and Karnataka is no different.
The underprivileged in small towns and villages are deprived of access to free good health care with lack of infrastructure and facilities and the gap has desperately widened during this COVID Pandemic Crisis . At this time of the Pandemic, the number of cases is increasing drastically, and the deaths are increasing proportionately to the population in these areas.
In this situation B C Shivanna Foundation, a charitable trust, is extending a helping hand to assist and support few government taluk and district hospitals in the state. With the focus of strengthening the COVID-19 care services in the government hospital BCS Foundation has supplied protective gears and oximeters, like PPE Kit – 600, N-95 Mask – 5200, 3 Ply Mask – 6000, Pulse Oximeter – 50, Hand Gloves – 500, Face Shield – 500 to eight government hospitals in different districts of the state and plans to support with few equipment as requested soon.
Dr. Thriveni B.S. President, B C Shivanna Foundation said, “The big cities like Bengaluru are getting the support and attention of a lot of entrepreneurs and donors. The government is considering to strengthening the health system in the suburban and rural areas, and our BCS Foundation is trying to help the system and frontline workers fight the corona safely”.
Mr Anand Upnal, main fund raiser & donor for this cause said, “More & more people should come forward to support during this crisis & join hands to fight COVID together and save life”!