“We try our best to reach out to all”- Sonu Sood on everyday help requests

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Published by Chinmay Kulkarni on 09 May 2021

India has been experiencing the  COVID-19 second wave and many big names of the nation have come forward to provide oxygen supplies, vaccines, medical equipment and funds to help. Amidst the lockdown and increasing cases of Covid-19, many are seen on roads and roaming around. According to the recent reports, the second wave has targeted the youth of the nation. One could find many videos on the Internet regarding healthcare, boosting immunity and avoiding the development of Covid symptoms delivered by many doctors across the nation. Delhi has reported large number of deaths due to the virus of patients primarily ageing between 14 to 38. Sonu Sood is the real-life hero working for the country and its people by providing resources to the common man. In a recent tweet he has shared the number of requests he receives every day for Oxygen, beds, plasma donation and vaccines. He said, “Yesterday I got close to 41660 requests. We try our best to reach out to all.. Which we can’t. If I try to reach out to everyone it will take me 14 years to do that. That means it will be 2035”.

Celebrities like Taapsee Pannu, Bhumi Pednekar, Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli, Gurmeet Singh and more are trying hard on every day basis to provide resources to people. Sonu Sood has recently shared on his Instagram a sad incident where a patient from Nagpur for whom Sonu had arranged an air ambulance few days back passed away fighting the virus. He wrote a note, “Bharti, a young girl from Nagpur whom I airlifted on an air ambulance to Hyderabad passed away last night. Rest In Power My Dear Bharti. You fought the last month like a complete tigress on an Ecmo machine. Even though I never met you, you’ll always hold a very special place in my heart. My condolences to her entire family, I’m going to meet them very soon. life is genuinely unfair at times. Will miss you Bharti.”

“You fought like a tigress,” Sonu Sood on demise of a COVID-19 patient he had airlifted

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