The death toll on Corona and the number of deaths is increasing day by day. Patients are rushing to the hospital if they see some symptoms like fever, cold, cough. Patients are being discharged due to excessive stress in a short time. But now a social organisation called VOICE OF HUMANITY FOUNDATION has been offering and taking the initiative to get rid of this problem.
It is reported that if anyone has symptoms of Coronavirus, failing to go to hospital or clinic, unable to get treatment due to poverty, or those who needs Doctor's advice, they can get help in home and seek medical help with Voice of Humanity. Anyone can get advice and treatment of specialist's (Doctor's) in a video call via WhatsApp or IMO.The advisor of the organisation, Dr. HM Omor Faruk, said that no helpless and poor people would be without medical care. This is our a little effort for that purpose. We are working to ensure medical care for these helpless people.
Besides, founder of VHF Mr. M A Hasan said that the patients of Coronavirus are being offered online care and treatment in almost all countries, including China, Italy and Germany. National and international humanitarian organisations must work side by side. During this time, he also urged incoming doctors to join the Voice of Humanity family. According to spokesperson Dr. Syeam Salam Rahat, after launching this free and voluntary service, humanitarian doctors have been able to give treatment to 983 general patients since March 21, 2020.
Rules of calling: Dr. Asiful Hoque, Head of Health Dept. of (VHF), says, ‘Write a message about your problem and get an appointment and the doctor will call you later. Refrain from calling doctors unnecessarily.’
Only those patients with symptoms of Covid-19 disease like fever, cough, throat pain, and diarrhea will get an appointment. It should be remembered that it is not possible to treat and consult in general mobile calls without your written request and appointment.
In the IMO / WhatsApp, you will have an appointment with message in Bangladesh Time 10.00 am - 5: 00 pm. You can get more details on the website: http://vhbd.org
MD. Sabbir Ahmed, World Religions and Culture, Dhaka University