Isolating COVID-19 patients in Lucknow can order FREE homemade food from THESE three places!

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The sudden surge of COVID-19 infections in Lucknow and across, has been plaguing several families and it has become increasingly difficult to manage medical expenses along with daily needs. Where food is a recovery essential for both infected and recently recovered coronavirus patients, having nutritious and hygienic meals is absolutely crucial.

There are several outfits in the city that have risen to the occasion to provide homestyle food to COVID-19 patients but three outlets of this lot, have kickstarted the same services for free, to lend a helping hand to the pandemic-stricken people.

The Feast Food

If you are a resident of old Lucknow, then Feast will be your nutritional aid as you battle the blows of the COVID infection. Delivering exclusively within 5 km of Chowk, this service is working under Feast Ramazaan Donation Campaign and is offering free food packages to people and families tussling with the threatening virus.

You can avail of these services from 1 PM to 5 PM, any day and all deliveries will be carried out by Swiggy Genie to ensure the safety and hygiene of your parcel. To avail of this service, you can contact +91 7392 999 110 or DM them on Instagram.

Amit's Tiffin Service

Given the hordes of COVID-19 patients in isolation, Amit's Cooking Service is a boon. They are taking orders from Gomti Nagar and Indira Nagar, for lunch and dinner facilities. This team (involving 5 Lucknow-based samaritans) has been concocting delicious meals to ensure your speedy recovery and also delivering it at your doorstep!

They have ventured a step ahead and have announced that all their services will be provided at zero cost for COVID patients. People can pre-book their meals here from 10 AM to 12 noon for lunch and 3 PM to 5 PM for dinner. Amit can be reached at +91 7678 832 423.

We hope We care Foundation

Amid our raging war against the coronavirus infection, We Hope We Care Foundation is battling the daily battles as the front-foot cavalry. Their volunteers are running across the city, providing not only food but medicines as well, to those who are in need. People from any part of Lucknow can reach out to them if they are facing any pandemic troubles or emergencies.

This service is absolutely free for those who can't cope with the rising medical expenses while others who can afford, can continue to support them. You can contact them at the following numbers:

  • Rishabh Srivastava: +91 8052 999 903
  • Akhand Upadhya: +91 6388 562 004
  • Abhash Pandey: +91 7318 188 060

Compassion, first!

You are not alone in this; there are several people who are working day in and day out to ensure your safety and well being. So don't lose hope, even if you are in isolation! Make sure you follow all the issued norms and the doctor's prescription, as you beat the pandemic blues.

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