The second wave of coronavirus hitting India is one that has left everyone in a state of shock. Since 21 April, India has been recording more than 300 000 cases of COVID-19. And with shortages of bed, medicines and oxygen, the country’s health infrastructure is overwhelmed. It is truly a humanitarian crisis.
While governments around the world are waking up to the scale of the crisis, what is also heart-warming is that various organisations at their personal capacity are coming forward to help. We decided to focus our cover story on these wide acts of altruism by various organisations across Victoria and Australia. India needs all the help right now and these organisations are making a humanitarian decision in helping India.
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