The second wave and unprecedented rise of Covid-19 in India has taken its toll and left many helpless in search of oxygen cylinders, vacant beds, intensive care support, vaccines, counseling. mental health, especially in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune. the most affected areas.
To cope with the crucial situation and help people in a panic situation easily find resources to care for their loved ones. Like-minded people, self-taught developers, experts in the IT industry, state government and more have come together to create an app and website to help people sort vacant beds in real time. , oxygen cylinders, vaccine details and mental health counseling.
This list of recently launched websites and apps helps you check out Covid resources:
* Covid Self-Help Toolkit for Mental Health
One of India’s budding mental health revolutionaries, Home of Beautiful Souls Foundation, founded by Akash Ramchandani, has launched a first of its kind: Self-Help Mental Health Toolkit of Covid. This self-help kit is like a friend, a guide that sheds light on anyone who wants to keep their mental health under control or who is already experiencing symptoms. The idea to create this arose as a result of a flagrant increase in the number of mental health patients in India during the pandemic.
Self-taught developer Vensy Krishna with her teammates Medha Kadri and Abhishek Anirudhan jointly designed a web application to access resource information for Covid patients. The hydCovidresources.com app is updated every 30 minutes once verified.
Made by IIT-D alumni, the Cov Relief app provides live tracking of vacant hospital beds, oxygen and plasma availability, and informative videos from renowned PAN India doctors.
* Co-WIN Vaccinator application
Co-Win, also known as the Covid Vaccine Intelligence Network, is now available for download to book slots and check vaccine availability in India.
* Raj Sahayak
Jaipur-based software start-up RIT Solution is launching the Raj Sahayak toolkit app which provides useful information, blood banks, oxygen, ventilators and vaccines for people living in rural areas.
In addition to these applications, Covid resources are available on social media platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and others, which has become the need of the hour. Grofers, Paytm, Phonepe are also a few platforms that provide access as a vaccine researcher.