Covid-19: Here are a list of internet resources to help people amid pandemic
Team Udayavani, Apr 24, 2021, 4:18 PM IST
As India fights the second wave of COVID-19, hospital beds, oxygen, vaccines and medicines are running scarce. Hence, several people are taking the help of social media to post urgent requirements and connect with the services
Here are a few internet resources to help people in need
Covid-19 Helpline for oxygen and Remdesivir
To ensure uninterrupted medical oxygen and Remdesivir supply, the Karnataka health department opened a war room. This war room functions round the clock.
People can submit their emergency needs, view verified live leads in this open-source request tracker. There is also a separate section that lists the requests from patients. Visit https://covid19sos.glideapp.io
Covid-19 Twitter search
covid19-twitter.in is a basic app that generates links to Twitter search and helps to find resources for Covid-19. It filters search results based on users’ information such as city and time of the Twitter post.
The web application created by Faraz Iqbal and the team is updated regularly with all the latest resources. Visit covidresources.netlify.app to know more.
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