Volunteers a godsend for elderly stuck at home during pandemic

  • | Tuesday | 30th June, 2020

Gurugram: The adverse impact of the spread of COVID-19 in Gurugram has been felt by the city's elderly, especially the septuagenarians and octogenarians. And a large number of the city's elderly are staying alone as their children are either working abroad or in other parts of the country. There are over 300 government volunteers currently helping over 450 senior citizens in different parts of the city. The role of volunteers and RWA groups has increased further with a substantial number of the city's elderly being infected by COVID-19 and placed under home quarantine. A large number of volunteers are working for the elderly in the city.

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