Kovid – Come save the village campaign started the Braucafe

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Rae Bareli. As part of the “Come Save Village” campaign by the poet Pankaj Prasoon, the first Kadha Café was opened in the village of Lohra in the Satan development area. On Sunday, Pankaj Prasoon opened the Kadha Cafe, where everyone in Kulhad was given a decoction. This café opened in the already running Kovid Care and Help Center. Steam engines were also distributed to cough patients.
Dr. Sanjeev Ojha, a scientist from the National Institute of Botanical Research, said that the decoction should be consumed in summer as well as in winter. The amount alone should not exceed one cup. The decoction should not be drunk on an empty stomach.
Neeraj Shukla, campaign coordinator, said 10 more centers will be opened. Tea stands in the street and in the nooks and crannies were encouraged to do kadha. Along with giving away masks to the villagers, they were also told how to properly wear them.
Pankaj Prasoon said the third corona wave is likely to arrive in September. In such a situation, people need to incorporate decoctions into their daily routine to increase immunity.
He told the villagers about the benefits of the decoction. He said the Vishwas Trust’s Kovid Care Kit is being distributed at the Kovid Care and Help Center. To date, more than 120 people have received kits. 10 oxygen beds were built in the villages.

Rae Bareli. As part of the “Come Save Village” campaign by the poet Pankaj Prasoon, the first Kadha Café was opened in the village of Lohra in the Satan development area. On Sunday, Pankaj Prasoon opened the Kadha Cafe, where everyone in Kulhad was given a decoction. This café opened in the already running Kovid Care and Help Center. Steam engines were also distributed to cough patients.

Dr. Sanjeev Ojha, a scientist from the National Institute of Botanical Research, said that the decoction should be consumed in summer as well as in winter. The amount alone should not exceed one cup. The decoction should not be drunk on an empty stomach.

Neeraj Shukla, campaign coordinator, said 10 more centers will be opened. Tea stands in the street and in the nooks and crannies were encouraged to do kadha. Along with giving away masks to the villagers, they were also told how to properly wear them.

Pankaj Prasoon said the third corona wave is likely to arrive in September. In such a situation, people need to incorporate decoctions into their daily routine to increase immunity.

He told the villagers about the benefits of the decoction. He said the Vishwas Trust’s Kovid Care Kit is being distributed at the Kovid Care and Help Center. To date, more than 120 people have received kits. 10 oxygen beds were built in the villages.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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