This city launches a Covid-19 bike ambulance service

As Covid-19 cases resurface across the country, governments are taking a range of precautions and steps to assist patients and keep the numbers from climbing further. Rajasthan, for example, has launched a bike ambulance service in Jaipur to provide medicines to patients who are self-isolating at home.

According to a city official, these Covid-19 patients can access the service by dialling 108 from their homes. According to the official announcement, 25 bike ambulances have been put up in Jaipur, one for each police station. As of Thursday, the state had recorded 9,881 new cases, with 2,785 of them coming from Jaipur. In Rajasthan, a total of 45,565 patients are currently being treated.

Many ingenious inventions have been noticed in many states since the epidemic hit the country, such as a guy from Kerala who converted his autorickshaw into an ambulance to transport Covid-19 sufferers last year.

He started by assisting a pregnant mother who had recently returned from a Gulf nation. Last year, he said, he conveyed around 500 individuals. Last year, auto driver Premachandran remarked that many individuals were hesitant to take patients to hospitals. After he began his duty, Asha employees and local officials supplied him with visits to assist patients with their mobility.

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