Humanity Exist: A medical sergeant in Kerala has cycled over 150 km to deliver medicines

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The 4 year old girl from Alappuzha district of Kerala running out of her cancer medicines and could not be taken for chemotherapy due to lockdown.

A 21 day lockdown can be cruel to those wo are fighting to live another day with some deadly illness. A medical sergeant in Kerala has cycled over 150 km to deliver her medicines. Family contacted Local Police officer Antony Ratheesh when her family runs short of medicines because the drug was not available in her district.

Police Officer Antony Ratheesh contacted his friend Vishnu who is sergeant at the Thiruvananthapuram. Two young men with barely any relationship to the child. They went out and assure that they will get the life saving medicines on time.  

Antony Ratheesh, a civil Police officer, in an interview with India Today, said:

Vishnu (my friend) was getting ready to leave for Thiruvananthapuram (from Alappuzha) for his duty. He had planned to stay there for a week as part of his duty. I told him about the situation and he agreed to help.

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