ISKCON Dwarka after distributing more than 3 cr free meals to needy people during lockdown is now setting up a COVID isolation centre at the hostel of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi with the help of the Delhi government. This centre would be providing free of cost basic treatment to the people affected by COVID19. The centre would soon be open and people affected by COVID can be benefited from it.

This centre will have 200 beds with an oxygen concentrator. It would provide doctor and nursing care, oxygen support, required medicines, healthy wholesome nutritious immunity-boosting meals, and housekeeping facilities to its beneficiaries. Apart from a physical ailment, people nowadays are so much distressed and have become restless, so ISKCON Dwarka is also trying to get few good counselors at the centre who can take care of the mental peace of people which could be effective in the speedy recovery of its beneficiaries. This centre would not only provide physical healing but mental healing as well which is much more needed to overcome these hard times.

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