After Recovering From COVID-19, Sonu Sood Launches New Platform To Help People Find Hospitals, Medicines And Oxygen - Deets Inside

Sonu Sood’s newly launched platform, India Fights With Covid will help people find hospitals, medicines and oxygen

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After Recovering From COVID-19, Sonu Sood Launches New Platform To Help People Find Hospitals, Medicines And Oxygen - Deets Inside
Right from the first COVID-19 wave hit the nation, actor Sonu Sood has been on his toes, helping the ones in need. Beginning with sending the migrant workers back to their native place, the actor later funded the ones in financial crisis. Now the nation gets severely affected by the second wave of the pandemic, and with many urging him to help them arrange for medical resources such as hospital beds, oxygen cylinders and medicines he has launched a channel to do the needful.

The Happy New Year actor launched a channel, India Fights With Covid on Telegram mobile app.  The aim of this channel launched by the actor will help the ones in need to find hospitals, medicines and oxygen as well. Taking to his Instagram account, he shared this news, encouraging his fellow countrymen to come together to fight against the deadly Coronavirus. Making it easier was the actor sharing the link to the platform, and asking people to join the platform.

He wrote in his Instagram post, “Ab poora desh saath aayega. Judiye mere Telegram channel ‘India Fights With Covid’ par. Haath se haath milayenge…desh ko bachayenge” This got his fans once again praising him for his heroic moves and his unstoppable fight against the pandemic.  Here is the actor’s Instagram post announcing the news.


On April 17, 2021, the actor shared on social media testing positive for COVID-19, followed by taking the precautionary measures. On April 24, 2021, he came out of it and announced testing negative for it. 


Image Source: Instagram/sonu_sood
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