As India battles the deadly second wave of the coronavirus pandemic with cases surging every day, here are all the updates on the outbreak, vaccination and useful information in the fight against the virus

Hospital beds per Lakh people
  1. India cases/ deaths/ testing data sourced from ICMR, MoHFW
  2. International data from WHO's situation reports.
  3. Healthcare infrastructure, patients and communicable disease data are sourced from the following - National Health Profile and HMIS.
  4. Total patients data relate to time period between April 2019 and February 2020.
  5. Communicable diseases data is for calendar year 2017.
  6. Health care facilities is sum of primary health centres, community health centres, sub divisional hospitals and divisional hospitals.



  • Pet Care

  • Wag-ville- Bengaluru: 9449929024

  • Play Pet Boarding, Bengaluru: 9606198222

  • Stay-The Good Dog Co, Bengaluru: 7899898686

  • Wag-ville, Bengaluru: 9449929024

  • Asha Arun's Pet Home Boarding, Delhi NCR: 9962600906

  • Furry Tales Dog Creche, Kolkata: 9830435558

  • Pup Stop, Mumbai: 9987511279

  • Doggiie Dog World, Mumbai: 9167242218

  • The Bark Club Mumbai: 09930301200

  • Pawfect life Mumbai: 09320184864


    Pet Boarding Pan India

  • Jd Kennel Mumbai: 9967837496

  • Dog Resort & Caring Institue Kolkota: 08697006317

  • Suhita's dog creche & kennel Kolkota: 07003555129

  • ATS kennel: orangewolf kennel Kolkota: 07278865163

  • Chocolate's House Dog Creche Kolkota: 09674372560

  • Furry Tales Dog Creche Kolkota: 09830435558

  • Petsville Mumbai: 9920596669

  • House of pawz Mumbai: 9930004925

  • Venu's Pet Care Bengaluru: 7899925277

  • Canaan pet resort Bengaluru: 9900420777

  • Becky's Bow Wow House Bengaluru: 7899914977

  • Petboro pet resort &kennels Bengaluru: 7760401162

  • Anvis inc corporate office Bengaluru: 9148451003

  • Aradyaa Dog Boarding & Grooming - Bengaluru: 9480180078

  • Puppyoye Dog boarding Bengaluru: 9986940047


    Bengaluru: 8105827131

  • Asha Arun's Pet Home Boarding Delhi: 9962600906

  • Jeffurry's Delhi: 9811591088

  • Pet Lovers Hut Delhi: 9810007381

  • Msfabode Delhi: 9818584128

  • Tara Aditya Delhi: 8968211893

  • Pet Lovers Hut -pet resort Gurgaon: 9810007381

  • Happy Pettings Gurgaon 9910470476

  • DCC Animal Hospital & Petcare Gurgaon- 9311560101

  • Bhow Bhow n Meaow Paradise Noida: 8420479351

  • Tales of the city Pune: 7030012021

  • Petsitters Pune: 9881076667

  • Happy Tails Pune: 9822321167

  • Wiggles petsville dog boarding Pune: 8431620000

  • Dogsplay Chandigarh: 9815007448

  • TRI-CITY kennel Chandigarh: 9855501155

  • Petsadda Chandigarh: 7307450005

  • Dogstep dog hostel Chandigarh: 9876457318

  • Pets kingdom Chandigarh: 7982097430

  • Hostel for dogs chennai: 9790724444,9962681194

  • Dogs house chennai: 9500058836

  • Petencia pet care chennai: 9150555222

  • Pet paws chennai: 9176163928

  • Ginger's pet stay chennai: 8678911222

  • Barkers billet dog boarding chennai: 9962921307

  • Eden pets care chennai: 8122400200

  • Inji's kennel chennai: 7299077423

  • Pawtopia kennels & training Hyderabad:7981334614

  • Commando kennels Hyderabad: 9391333233

  • Happy dogs kennels boarding & training Hyderabad: 9000999918

  • JSSS farms and kennel(only dogs) Hyderabad: 9502553652

  • Furry affair pet care (dog/cat) Hyderabad: 7671933483

  • Pet Boarding India (dog/cat) Hyderabad: 9849281385

  • Woof buddies dog boarding (only dog) Hyderabad: 9500162040

  • Ocean's pet boarding (only dog) Hyderabad: 9381999472

  • Ishita Shukla Nagpur: 8208067688

  • Dipika Umak Nagpur: 8624934584


    COVID Resources - Senior Citizen Care


    COVIDSOS - Senior Citizen Care


    COVID Fight Club - Senior Citizen Care

  • HelpAgeIndia - 18001801253

  • Andheri East (Amith Dhanraj Bardia)

    Free home delivery of essentials in Mumbai

  • Thane (Priyank Agarwal) 9321324242

    Free home delivery of essentials in Mumbai

  • Bandra West (Vishal Mirpuri) 98213 21622

    Free home delivery of essentials in Mumbai

  • Dadar / Mahim (Ankit Parekh) 9820050288

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Home Delivery of Food & Groceries: 9591168886

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Vashi (Vaibhav Sachdev) 9933676707

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Santa Cruz / Vile Parle (Kumar) 9820133503

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Worli (Piyush Khemka) 8454067700

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Khar West (Vickaash Agarwal) 9980730991

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Andheri West (Rajesh Jain) 9820236181

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Parel (Manan Soni) 594088610

    free home delivery of essentials, Mumbai

  • Jayanagar (Srikanta) 9980135767

    medical assistance, food and grocery home delivery, Banglore

  • Sanjaynagar (Phanikar) 9916731397

    medical assistance, food and grocery home delivery, Banglore

  • Whitefield (Dev) 9739021340

    medical assistance, food and grocery home delivery, Banglore

  • RT (Rahman) Nagar 9916596777

    medical assistance, food and grocery home delivery, Banglore

  • Hanumanthnagar (Girish) 9448130204

    medical assistance, food and grocery home delivery, Banglore

  • " Saligramam / Ashoknagar (J.S. Sekar) 98400 47101"

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Valasaravakkam (Veeramani Raju & Advaith Shivram) 9841068548 / 7358516184

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Kodambakkam (Sriram) 9840079929

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Thiruvanmiyur (Thomas) 9884555533

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Chrompet (Vinoth) 9551305656

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Pallavaram (Moses Robinson) 9600143138

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Kolathur (Nancy) 89254 04028

    delivery of medicines, groceries and cooked food, Chennai

  • Hyderabad - Venkat Murali: 9866006269

    COVID-19 essential commodities packages consisting of rice, sambar, dal, chutney and curd to elderly free of cost.

  • Kolkata - Senior Citizen Helpline No: 9830088884

    Kolkata - Senior Citizen Helpline Number

  • Emoha Elder Care: 1800-123-44-5555

    24/7 covid helpline , Mumbai

  • Swara Smile Foundation Ankit Malhotra: 8306596333 / 9265255908

    delivery of food , Ahmedabad.

  • DocsApp: 080 4719 3443

    medical assistance and guidance, 24/7 Helpline , India

  • Caremongers: 9591168886

    home delivery of food, medicines, groceries, and other essentials, Banglore

  • Municipal corporation helpline Ahmedabad - 9825192000

    Municipal corporation helpline,Ahmedabad


    Hyderabad Funeral Services

  • "Nigambhodh Ghat (Delhi) 011-23862948/9350192032/9810043635"

  • Mangolpuri Christian Burial Ground 9968097505 DHO Rohini Delhi North corporation

  • Panchkuain Road Cremation Ground Delhi 9818758737

  • Buland Masjid Muslim Burial Ground 9350685419 (East Delhi Civic Official)

how to help


    Official government portal to join COVID effort


    Help with rapid response


    Volunteer for Rapid Response


    Become a COVID warrior with Govt support

  • Concern India

    Concern India Foundation is a registered, non-profit, public charitable trust working towards 'Helping People Help Themselves' by making the disadvantaged self-reliant and thereby enabling them to lead a life of dignity.

  • Enrich Lives Foundation

    Enrich Lives Foundation (formerly Annapurna Movement) is a non-profit organization focused on hunger alleviation, education, women empowerment, poverty alleviation and public health. Founded during the COVID-19 2020 lockdown in India by individuals with past involvement in social causes as Annapurna Movement, the organization was involved in the distribution of food grains and meals to the people worst affected. Enrich Lives Foundation is now involved in a variety of causes affecting the most underprivileged sections of the society:

  • Gautam Gambhir Foundation

    The Gautam Gambhir Foundation is extending their support to the marginalised, by assuring that their health care workers stand at the first line of defence.These activities involve the distribution of Ration Relief Kits, Cooked Meals, Personal Protective Equipment Kits, N-95 Masks, Nourishment Supplements, Bedding Kits, etc.

  • ACT Grants

    ACT grant is backing India’s best social entrepreneurs to combat COVID-19 using inventive start-up thinking. they are using their resources to find solutions to the acute shortage of oxygen by setting up oxygen concentrators at hospitals and nursing homes.

  • Akshay patra foundation

    The Akshaya Patra Foundation is an NGO in India headquartered in Bengaluru. Our organisation strives to eliminate classroom hunger by implementing the Mid-Day Meal Scheme in the government schools and government-aided schools. Alongside, Akshaya Patra also aims at countering malnutrition and supporting the right to education of socio-economically disadvantaged children.

  • Breathe India

    A group of IIT alumni, in coordination with SaveLife foundation have started a fund collection drive for oxygen .concentrators to be setup in and around Delhi NCR region.

  • Give India

    Established in 2000, Give India is one of the most trusted crowdfunding websites in India. They have launched ICRF-2 to support gaps in healthcare and other critical needs.

  • Feeding from Far

    Feeding From Far is an initiative that has been feeding the poor and unemployed who are struggling to feed themselves during the lockdown. They have managed to distributed over 10 lakh meals to the needy since the first lockdown hit through cooked meals and ration kits.

  • Goonj Rahat COVID

    Goonj aims to build an equitable relationship of strength, sustenance and dignity between the cities and villages using the under-utilized urban material as a tool to trigger development with dignity, across the country.

  • Help Now - Ambulance Services

    HelpNow was started by 3 IITIans Aditya Makkar, Shikar Agarwal and Venkatesh Amrutwar and has built the largest network of private ambulance. HelpNow is an Initiative by young students providing a safe, 24x7 logistics network for transporting COVID patients/suspects, Drugs, Phlebotomists, Healthcare workers (docs, nurses) and Blood/Organs/Medical supplies in India.

  • Hemkunt Foundation

    Gurugram based NGO working on 12+ projects from last 12 years for upliftment of underprivileged section of society. They are currently distributing Oxygen Cylinders to COVID-19 patients for free.

  • Khaana Chahiye

    Khaana Chahiye Foundation started as a citizen-led campaign in March 2020 to meet the immediate, lockdown-induced food demands of the homeless, migrant workers, daily wage labourers, and other vulnerable populations in the city of Mumbai

  • Khalsa Aid

    Khalsa Aid international is providing free oxygen concentrators to COVID patients.

  • Khushiyaan Foundation

    Khushiyaan Foundation is extending its on-ground support by feeding people through their "Roti-Ghar"initiative.

  • KVN Foundation

    KVN Foundation is supplying free oxygen concentrators to the needy so that they can get critical life support till they find a hospital bed, get access to doctors, or recover completely. These will be provided for 5 to 10 days’ duration as needed, will then be taken back, sanitized, reused on next patient with fresh set of consumables.

  • Making the Difference
  • Mazdoor Kitchen

    Mazdoor Kitchen is a citizen run voluntary initiative, working to provide meals and subsistence to daily wage workers in North Delhi. Run by a dedicated team of volunteers comprising professors, students, artists and people from the community itself, it has been providing meals and ration kits to hundreds of people across North Delhi.

  • Pint Network

    PINT - Plasma In Need for Transfusion , a non-profit organisation and online platform helping COVID-19 patients in need of convalescent plasma find and match with donors, quicker and more efficiently.

  • Plan India

    Plan India has reached out to 200,000+ families with dry ration and hygiene kits, meeting the urgent needs of 1 million+ people on the ground in 12 states. To ensure learning does not stop for girls’ during the pandemic, Plan India is distributing 35000+ education kits. Each kit contains textbooks and reference books as per the girls’ grade, notebooks, pen and pencil.

  • SEEDS (Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society)

    "SEEDS is a leading humanitarian organisation recently awarded with the most prestigious annual Subhash Chandra Bose Aapda Prabandhan Puraskar 2021 by the Government of India for its invaluable contribution and selfless service rendered in the field of Disaster Management. It is currently working towards the continuing challenge of Covid-19. Sharing the increased burden on our health care system, SEEDS is supporting through:1) Stepping up vaccination drive 2) Establish Covid Care Centres 3) Helpline for communities 4) Facilitating supply of oxygen and providing medical services through virtual platforms"

  • Spoorthi Foundation- Coronavarus Relief Fund

    Sphoorti creates a safe and secure haven for our children to learn, improve, and bloom into who they really are so they can grow up to afford themselves the dignity and strength they need to break free of the cycle. As an organization, we work to erase the barriers between the kids and their potential. This campaign can help provide basic nutrition and vitamin and mineral tablets, dry fruits along with sanitary products like masks, gloves and sanitizers.

  • Swasth

    Founded in 2009, Swasth Foundation is a non-profit social enterprise committed to health and joy for all. They focus on improving the well-being of the poor by providing a range of affordable and high-quality primary-preventive health services.

  • Uttishtha Foundation

    Protective Hygiene Kits for our elders, to fight COVID-19 which include Sanitizers, Mask, Tissues, Handwash etc.

  • Zomato Feeding India

    Zomato's not-for-profit arm Feeding India has partnered with logistics firm Delhivery to source oxygen concentrators and related supplies to help hospitals and families in need.

  • Hello Doctor

    Doctor consultation platform set by Indian National Congress

  • Isha Foundation:

    As the virus ravages our planet, Isha Outreach has rolled out a ground action plan to keep the virus from entering tribal and rural communities in our region.

  • Self 4 Society

    Official government portal to join COVID effort

  • Rapid Response

    Help with rapid response

  • Milaap

    Donate for oxygen cylinders

  • Khasla Aid

    Khalsa Aid is an international NGO with the aim to provide humanitarian aid in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the world.

  • Concern India

    Our approach is to ‘help people help themselves’ by making the disadvantaged self-reliant and enabling them to lead a life of dignity.

  • PM-Cares

    Donate for collective fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in India through PM CARES -

  • Seva Kitchen

    Seva Kitchen is an initiative which serves food to the needy Patients and Relatives of Patients in Hospitals, Cancer Hospice.

  • Making the Difference

    Making the Difference (MTD) is working to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged individuals through nutrition, health care, education. They are providing medical equipments all over Mumbai, masks and kits PPE in Varanasi, tiffin service to home quarantine patient in Mira bhayander, ration distribution for local communities all over Mumbai.

  • PayTM Foundation

    Paytm’s not-for-profit entity Paytm Foundation is raising INR 10 Cr to donate oxygen concentrators across India amidst the worsening Covid-19 situation in the country. Paytm will match the contributions received through this initiative.

  • Sakina Foundation

    ‘Sakina’ – Peace for one and all – Sakina Foundation strives for this very humane yearning. Since last year they are involved in covid relief measures majorly in Telangana and different parts of India. They are accepting donation in the form of oxygen cylinders, Remdesivir injections, covid medicines, masks, sanitizers, gloves, PPE, grocery.

  • Isha Foundation:

    As the virus ravages our planet, Isha Outreach has rolled out a ground action plan to keep the virus from entering tribal and rural communities in our region.


Covid-19 SOS

Covid-19 SOS

Frequently Asked

The following FAQ has been sourced from various resources including the MoHFW, WHO and ICMR.

You can log into the Co-WIN portal using the link and click on the “Register/Sign In yourself” tab to register for COVID-19 vaccination.
There is no authorised mobile app for registering for vaccination in India except Aarogya Setu. You need to log into the Co-WIN portal. Alternatively, you can also register for vaccination through the Aarogya Setu App.
All citizens aged 18 years and above can register for vaccination.
Vaccination Centres provide for a limited number of on-spot registration slots every day. Citizens aged 45 years and above can schedule appointments online or walk-in to vaccination centres. However, citizens aged 18-44 years should mandatorily register themselves and schedule appointments online before going to the vaccination centre. In general, all citizens are recommended to register online and schedule vaccination in advance for a hassle-free vaccination experience.
In case you get fever, cough, muscle pain without shortness of breath, call your doctor and seek advice on the phone. You need to stay at home (at least for 14 days) and avoid close contact with other family members and maintain hand hygiene and correctly wear a medical mask. If there is shortness of breath or worsening symptoms like excessive fatigue call/visit your doctor (further advice will depend on advice of your physician).
Some types of painkillers(called NSAIDs) like Ibuprofen are found to worsen theCOVID-19. Such drugs are known to be harmful to heart failure patients and may increase your risk of kidney damage. Avoid NSAIDs or take them only when prescribed by your doctor. Paracetamol is one of the safest pain killers to use if needed. Control blood pressure (BP), blood sugar and do regular physical activity It is also important to control your risk factor levels – Avoid smoking and alcohol, have your BP and blood sugar levels under control and have some form of regular physical activity (However, please modify your out-door activities according to the norms of social-distancing.). Follow the diet and salt restriction as advised. If you are a non-vegetarian, you can continue to be so. Increasing the fibre and protein content of the diet and more vegetables and fruits in the diet is advisable.
Management of COVID-19 patients with mild disease. (Upper respiratory tract symptoms (&/or fever) WITHOUT shortness of breath or hypoxia)
  • Physical distancing, indoor mask use, strict hand hygiene.
  • Symptomatic management (hydration, antipyretics, antitussive, multivitamins).
  • Stay in contact with a treating physician.
  • Monitor temperature and oxygen saturation (by applying a SpO2 probe to fingers). Seek immediate medical attention if:
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • High grade fever/severe cough, particularly if lasting for >5 days
  • A low threshold to be kept for those with any of the high-risk features*
    Therapies based on low certainty of evidence
  • Tab Ivermectin (200 mcg/kg once a day for 3 days). Avoid for pregnant and lactating women.
  • Tab HCQ (400 mg BD for 1 day f/b 400 mg OD for 4 days) unless contraindicated. Inhalational Budesonide (given via Metered dose inhaler/ Dry powder inhaler) at a dose of 800 mcg BD for 5 days) to be given if symptoms (fever and/or cough) are persistent beyond 5 days of disease onset.
COVID-19 is the disease caused by a new coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2. WHO first learned of this new virus on 31 December 2019, following a report of a cluster of cases of ‘viral pneumonia’ in Wuhan, People’s Republic of China.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are:
  • Fever
  • Dry cough
  • Fatigue
Other symptoms that are less common and may affect some patients include:
  • Loss of taste or smell,
  • Nasal congestion,
  • Conjunctivitis (also known as red eyes)
  • Sore throat,
  • Headache,
  • Muscle or joint pain,
  • Different types of skin rash,
  • Nausea or vomiting,
  • Diarrhea,
  • Chills or dizziness.
Symptoms of severe COVID‐19 disease include:
  • Shortness of breath,
  • Loss of appetite,
  • Confusion,
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest,
  • High temperature (above 38 °C).
Other less common symptoms are:
  • Irritability,
  • Confusion,
  • Reduced consciousness (sometimes associated with seizures),
  • Anxiety,
  • Depression,
  • Sleep disorders,
  • More severe and rare neurological complications such as strokes, brain inflammation, delirium and nerve damage.

People of all ages who experience fever and/or cough associated with difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, or loss of speech or movement should seek medical care immediately. If possible, call your health care provider, hotline or health facility first, so you can be directed to the right clinic.

The time from exposure to COVID-19 to the moment when symptoms begin is, on average, 5-6 days and can range from 1-14 days. This is why people who have been exposed to the virus are advised to remain at home and stay away from others, for 14 days, in order to prevent the spread of the virus, especially where testing is not easily available.
India has been hit by a devastating second wave COVID and there has been a lot of talk about a ‘double mutant’. Experts however warn against using that term. Officially called Variant B.1.617, it’s called ‘double mutant’ because it has two key mutations that cropped up in two other strains. However, the term is a misnomer since SARS-COV-2 keeps on mutating and the B.1.617 contains dozens of mutations, not just two. It contains a one mutation which was present in California and another which was first detected in South Africa and Brazil. These are two famous mutations which led to the naming. However, experts warn that there is no scientific evidence to suggests B.1.617 is more transmissible. Dr Ravi Gupta of Cambridge University urged people to stop using the term ‘double mutant’ and wrote on Twitter: “The combination of the two mutations gives a value of 4, in other words the two mutations DO NOT confer substantial antibody evasion and we can stop using the term 'Double Mutant'. This is reassuring and gives us good reason to believe that expanding vaccination in India will contribute to control of transmission as well as the severe effects of COVID-19. The data also help to explain why one significant sub lineage of B.1.617 appears to have lost E484Q.” So to sum up, while the term is a misnomer and vaccines work against. "The fact that case numbers fell in India during 2020 with limited social distancing makes me worry that the decline was related to reduced numbers of susceptible people," Gupta wrote, because so many Indians caught COVID-19 and became immune during the first wave. "And ... this [second] wave is driven by waning immunity + evasion, as suggested by B.1.1.7 and B.1.617 dominance."


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The second wave of COVID-19 has hit us hard. Every single day we are watching our loved ones fight to get a hospital bed or an oxygen cylinder. Some of us have parents and elderly relatives in different cities and we are struggling to figure out how to take care of them. Yet amid this doom and gloom, we see many reach out and help those in need. is our tiny attempt to bridge the gap between those providing services and those looking for it. It’s a place where we curate leads for people searching while also a place where people can chip in. It looks to be a one-stop shop for all our COVID-19 needs including – oxygen cylinders, hospital beds, medicines and more. It also looks to help connect people to those providing tiffin services, taking care of the elderly and more. We believe that together we can beat this pandemic. In the words of a former US president and HT leadership summit guest Barack Obama: “Yes, we can.”

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  • APHO MCGM Center Andheri - Kurla Road Sahar Road Sahar Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099

    225 Covishield Age 18+ Book on CoWIN
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • APHO MCGM Center Andheri - Kurla Road Sahar Road Sahar Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099

    225 Covishield Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • APHO MCGM Center Andheri - Kurla Road Sahar Road Sahar Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099

    225 Covishield Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • APHO MCGM Center Andheri - Kurla Road Sahar Road Sahar Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099

    225 Covishield Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+
  • BARC Hospital Anushakti Nagar Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400094

    2 Covaxin Age 18+