COVID-19: Mumbai businessman donates 12 luxury vans to relieve fatigue of leading fighters

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Mumbai: A Mumbai businessman has donated a van to provide rest to top activists who have been working tirelessly despite the severe COVID crisis. Ketan Rawal, a businessman, donated his 12-van van free of charge to leading police and health workers.

Ketan Rawal, who spoke to the media, said the vans were provided for police officers to rest, eat and use the washroom while on duty. The vanity van is equipped with a bed, toilet, dressing table and AC.

He pointed out that he had donated three three-room vanity vans to COVID care centres. He said it would be a relief for doctors and nurses on duty 24 hours a day. The vans are disinfected every day, he added.

‘More vanity vans are ready to leave for hospitals. But COVID patients should be given the best possible care, ‘said Ketan Rawal.

Maharashtra is the worst affected state in the country. Currently, there are about 7 lakh COVID patients in Maharashtra. Five thousand five hundred forty-two new cases have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours.

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