Telangana: NGO Launches 'Last Ride Service' For Those Who Died Of COVID-19

NGO has began an ambulance service for the victims of COVID or non-COVID circumstances (Representational)


A Cyberabad-based Non-Governmental Organisation has launched the “Final Experience Service” program to serve those that died of COVID-19, no matter their caste or creed.

NGO named “Feed the Needy” has launched a cremation facility for the sufferers who died because of COVID-19.

On Tuesday, VC Sajjanar, IPS Commissioner Of Police, Cyberabad launched the “Final Experience Service” ambulance service car.

Mr Sajjanar stated, “COVID has put throughout quite a few challenges and considered one of them is cremation for deceased COVID affected person. Throughout one of many current incidents, our group skilled first hand how tough is to have a cremation for a COVID affected person who died in a non-public hospital, with members of the family in quarantine, no person is offered to cremate the physique.”

“Added to it there are different challenges of discovering an ambulance which is able to carry the COVID affected person useless physique and a cremation floor which is able to enable cremation of COVID affected person. Only a few cremation grounds are taking good care of COVID circumstances. It’s good that an NGO “Feed the Needy” has come ahead with an initiative to serve throughout this extreme disaster,” he stated.

Feed the Needy Workforce members knowledgeable, “Now we have began an ambulance service for deceased COVID or non-COVID circumstances and deal with the cremation as properly if members of the family are usually not obtainable. It is going to be a free service and can attempt to serve all communities no matter caste, creed and faith. The service is being began as a pilot mission presently restricted to Cyberabad limits from eight AM to six PM.” 

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