ACTNews, JAKARTA – ACT’s Covid-19 Services Medical Careline Services reduce public concerns. Some of the services provided include medicine packages for Covid-19 self-isolation patients and telemedicine services.
On August 31, 2021, ACT has distributed 11,676 packages of free medicines to beneficiaries. Nisa, a resident of West Sudimara Village, Ciledug District, Tangerang City, Banten, felt the benefit of free medicine package.
“Alhamdulillah, ACT has sent medicine for my sick son and father-in-law. We wish the ACT Team success always and help more people like us. Hopefully, more donors will channel their funds through ACT,” she said with mixed emotions.
Lisnawati, a resident of Kedunghalang Village, North Bogor District, Bogor Regency, West Java, felt the same. She was grateful for the provided assistance. ACT sent her a medicine package even though her house is outside the Jakarta area.
Dr. Arini Retno Palupi, the Coordinator of Covid-19 Medical Careline Services, expressed her gratitude for the achievements of the program which has been running for more than a month.
"We are very grateful to have been able to help people who have difficulty with medicines and other health facilities. It can be directly assisted thanks to this service," she said, Wednesday (9/1/2021).
Dr. Arini said that she and his team did not want to be complacent. They will continue to strive for and maximize humanitarian actions through health services. Since its launch on July 6, 2021, Covid-19 Medical Careline Services has served 26,102 beneficiary patients in 20 provinces and 63 regions throughout Indonesia. In addition to telemedicine services, assistance is also available, such as electronic prescriptions, home care services, car, and motorcycle ambulances, oxygen cylinders, and hearse services.