After seeing the world’s worst Covid outbreak in India and feeling a sense of he…


After seeing the world’s worst Covid outbreak in India and feeling a sense of helplessness for their country, Indians from around the world are stepping up to lend a hand through grassroots efforts. Ruchika Talwar, a 28-year-old surgery resident at the University of Pennsylvania, said she and a group of physicians raised almost $500,000 to help send supplies to hospitals in India. “We’re just a group of a couple of physicians trying to get help where help is needed,” said Talwar.⁠

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(📸: Ruchika Talwar)



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  1. Remember they refused help and vaccines because they were saying that Covid-19 was not deadly so just a small amount of people got vaccinated at first now look At the tragedy that is happening now in India.

  2. Honestly I’m shocked at the lack of empathy from the rest of the world. Where are all the “pray for India” messages and tweets?

  3. It’s a shame people have to crowd source to provide for decent humanity! All of the governments in the world get a grade of F- in my humble opinion.

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