Hanuma Vihari talks about the condition of not getting beds in the current time

The 2nd wave of pandemic in India has led to a lot of shortage of beds and other essential supplies .

Cricketer Hanuma Vihari expressed his opinions over the severe shortage of beds amid the pandemic. The former said, “With the second wave being so strong, getting a bed became a difficulty and that’s something which is unthinkable.” “My goal is to…reach out to those people who are not able to afford or arrange for plasma, beds, and essential medicine,” he added.

The 2nd wave of the pandemic in India has led to a shortage of beds and other essential supplies.

The Indian cricketer is making endless efforts to ensure needful supplies to people reach within the desired time so that people don’t face any problem and can fight during the pandemic.

This wave has a lot of people stranded but many cricketers are coming on with large donations in order to help the public. A few days ago, Australian cricketer Pat Cummins made a donation to PM cares fund in order to help the public.

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