Some people continue doing the good work and donât expect any recognition in return. A group of men from Kerala has been delivering medicines free of cost amid the Coronavirus pandemic, is a testament to the fact that humanity is alive.
This volunteer group was formed in the year 2018 when severe floods hit Kerela. These men started delivering medicines and essentials at that time. Now, two years later, they regrouped and are now helping people amid the Coronavirus lockdown.
The group is now delivering food kits, masks, and water to people who are needy and cannot either afford to buy it or canât go out of their houses. Not only this, they have also been delivering personal protective equipment to police officials and the health workers whose lives are in line while fighting the disease.
The Flood Volunteers Family consists of over 250 members and a few of them deliver medicines in parts of Ernakulam, Kollam, and Kottayam as well. They donât charge any delivery fees for delivering the medicines and in some cases, the cost of the meds is also not taken from people who canât afford it.
This group has helped over 119 patients in over 90 spots in Kerala so far and all this while maintaining social distancing and keeping themselves safe.
Recently, Kartik Aaryan also decided to share the much needed positive news stories during the lockdown. Kartik has decided upon spreading the good news just like memes and took to his Instagram recently and posted a video as a shoutout to this volunteer group.
In the video, he elaborated on how these men were doing a great job at the time of such a crisis.
Checkout the video here-View this post on InstagramKoki Good News dene vaala hai ð¤«A post shared by (@kartikaaryan)
His 'Good News Series' is called âKoki Poochegaâ and will be uploaded on his YouTube channel as well.
The work these men are doing deserves a lot more attention but this video by Kartik Aaryan will definitely help them reach more and more people. We hope more people get inspired by such stories and step up.