In a bid to step up, it’s fight against coronavirus pandemic, government of india. Has launched a new platform, encouraging citizens to do their part. Organisations and citizens can now volunteer, in their capacity by donating essentials, creating awareness among other things.
According to a tweet by Abhishek Singh, CEO, MyGov, the platform is for citizens and organisations that want to volunteer in fight against COVID-19. Singh tweeted, “MyGov has launched a platform for citizens and organizations to volunteer in the fight against #COVID19.
The website highlights mainly four areas of contributions, where citizens and organisations can do their bit. These four areas are: health, communication, entrepreneurial, and essential services.
What citizens can also do, as per the website is help elderly and those in need, dead body management and assist in transportation of patients. The government wants the citizens and Organisations to create public, awareness on hygiene practices, promote social distancing measures.
After going on the website, individuals and organisations can click on the ‘Volunteer Now’ tab and see how they can volunteer and help.
As per the numbers posted on the website, more than 50,000 volunteers have registered as of now. Over 2,200 organisations, have registered.
Citizens and organisations have donated over 1.28 lakh items as well. These numbers are updated periodically on the website.
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