The Salvation Army in India responds to Covid-19 crisis
published on 6 May 2021
The Salvation Army in India is caring for Covid-19 patients as recorded cases hit unprecedented levels.
The church and charity in India operates six hospitals, trains hundreds of nurses every year and has many health programmes who are all caring for a large numbers of patients with Covid-19 symptoms.
Working across six areas of the country, The Salvation Army is also providing meals for those in need, medical personnel to support local testing, transport for medical staff and patients, and help with ongoing hygiene promotion.
Donations to support the lifesaving work in India can be made here.