Maharashtra, India: To bring some good news to a hospital, a newly-married couple that had been on the forefront of voluntary work during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic decided to donate 50 bets to a COVID-19 center.
According to reports, the newly married couple used some of their wedding budgets to buy beds for the coronavirus center.
The COVID-19 care center is located in Vasai Maharashtra.
Eric Lobo and Merlin Tuscano, the couple, got married on June 20, 2020, at the local church proceeded right after their ceremony to an isolation center to donate beds, mattresses, and pillows.
Talking about their kind act, the couple said:
Since the beginning of lockdown, we have been working on projects like arranging for trains for migrant workers and community kitchens. We talked to the Revenue Inspector and Sub Division officer of the district about the requirements of the COVID-19 centres and decided to pare down on the money we will spend on the wedding and instead contribute to the covid care centre. We will also be donating oxygen cylinders to the centre.
Maharashtra currently has 1,35,796 COVID-19 cases.
The state is one of the worst-affected states in India, with 61,807 active cases and 6,283 deaths caused by the disease.
Such a kind act by the couple, considering the fact that India is going through a lot of things right now.