Rahul Gandhi launches 'Hello Doctor' medical helpline for Covid patients
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a medical advisory helpline to assist those battling Covid-19 and has also appealed to doctors to hitch the fight.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a medical advisory helpline to assist those battling Covid-19 at a time when the country has been ravaged by the second wave of the deadly virus. He has also appealed to doctors to hitch the battle against Covid-19.
In a tweet on Saturday, Rahul Gandhi wrote, "India must stand together and help our people. we've launched ‘Hello Doctor’ a medical advisory helpline. Please call +919983836838 for medical advice."
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Rahul Gandhi then visited appeal to doctors and medical professionals to hitch the battle against Covid-19 and help those in need of medical advice.
This comes at a time when India on Saturday recorded over 4 lakh fresh Covid-19 cases and over 3,500 deaths during a global record. India now has over 32 lakh active coronavirus cases across states.
The form shared by Rahul Gandhi further states, "... requesting the support of doctors to lend their expertise on involving Covid patients across India. At this unprecedented health crisis, the state needs compassion, support, and hope from each folk. If you're a doctor, kindly register yourself under the “Hello Doctor” initiative by AICC, to consult the patient."
Congress has appealed to doctors across the country and registers themselves for the helpline to supply Covid consultation.
The doctors can mention their states, time slots for availability, and days once they can give their service to the explanation for fighting the Covid battle
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