They then connected with State officials who helped them to put a plan in place so that help can reach villages. The next step was to strengthen the primary health centres in far flung areas that do not have clinics or doctors. Typically, in the mountains, affected people go to primary health centres for medical help, since the nearest town may be hours away by road. So, they thought of strengthening health centres, one by one so that lives can be saved in villages because not everyone can come down to a town for medical aid and sometimes the time taken to travel from hills to hospitals can be a matter of life and death in covid situation.
They are working slowly to help as many PHCs as they can. They also aim to empower and equip some NGOs or volunteers with as much required aid as possible, Aim is clear to extend help in remote areas in the first phase.
Procurement of Oxygen cylinders, beds and medicines is the next step in their plan. They are arranging these supplies to the best of their abilities but to fight this Covid war Raghav Juyal quoted – “We need more support, we need more aid, we need every form of support in the most efficient manner.”