ACTNews, BOGOR REGENCY – Siswanto (36), a Kalong Dua Village resident, Leuwisadeng District, Bogor Regency could still vividly recall the difficulty in accessing health treatment during the Covid-19 self-isolation.
Meanwhile, the Covid-19 Medical Careline Services (MCS) became his savior to access medicines and oxygen cylinders during self-isolating.
“Alhamdulillah, now I have recovered. ACT really cares about people who face difficulties. I was in need of medicines and an oxygen cylinder, and they immediately delivered them quickly and free of charge despite the long distance to my house,” said Siswanto, Wednesday (8/25/2021).
Furthermore, a Covid-19 MCS nurse, Sutikno Pribadi revealed that Siswanto’s health has been getting better and he has been tested negative from Covid-19. “Alhamdulillah, the patient has been tested negative from Covid-19, hence we will take the borrowed oxygen cylinder from Siswanto,” said Sutikno.
“Indeed, it took quite a while to reach Siswanto’s house due to long distance. However, it doesn’t dampen our spirit but instead, motivates us to keep serving the patients wherever they are. Insha Allah, this effort is blessed by Allah,” explained Sutikno.
ACT’s Covid-19 Medical Careline Services is a telemedicine service that provides medicines and health services free of charge for the community. The service can be accessed by dialing 6221-2940-7165 every day from 8 a.m to 4 p.m.