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Aarogya Bharati at the Forefront of Fighting Covid-19 in Delhi, Offers Medicine, Kadha & Doctors’ Consultation for Free

WebdeskMay 18, 2021, 10:45 AM IST

Aarogya Bharati at the Forefront of Fighting Covid-19 in Delhi, Offers Medicine, Kadha  & Doctors’ Consultation for Free

Aarogya Bharati has been at the forefront fighting Covid-19 in Delhi. The organisation is not only distributing medicines and kadha for free in Delhi, it is also offering medical consultation for free. It has been offering kadha for more than a month in Hindu Rao hospital in Delhi. More than a thousand people get it everyday. Similarly, kadha is distributed everyday in RB Hospital in Kingsway Camp. More than 500 people get it everyday. More than 39000 packets of khada have been distributed. To provide medical consultation to the people, Aarogya Bharati has prepared a team of doctors. This team of doctors is providing services in the Covid care centres. Dr. Ashwani Mehta, head of the Delhi chapter of Aarogya Bharati and senior cardiologist at Sir Ganga Ram hospital, is regularly counselling people through webinars. A team of 27 doctors under the guidance of Dr. Mehta is counselling patients through virtual mode regularly. Aarogya Bharati has been regularly distributing Ayush-64, an ayurvedic medicine to help the Covid-19 patients. Dr. Rajesh Talwar, the secretary of Aarogya Bharati, said the organisation would reach out to more people in the coming days.

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