Jacqueline Fernandez has committed herself to help the needy amid the Coronavirus pandemic. The actress has been busy dedicating her time for the Covid-19 relief activities and she is doing her part as she launched a foundation, ‘You Only Live Once’, which now has ties with several NGOs who are motivated to help people during the pandemic.
Now, during a recent interaction with Zoom, the Judwaa 2 actress revealed that she is working towards setting up an extensive COVID care centre with 100 beds.
“We are going to get 100 hospital beds over there. We've got 500 oxygen concentrators coming in, we've also bought two ambulances", Jacqueline Fernandez shared.
The actress revealed the reason behind arranging ambulances and added, “We are doing free ambulances for people, because unfortunately, the ambulances are extremely expensive right now. People can't afford it and it's literally costing them their lives. They can't get to the hospital in time and I just found that to be devastating. So we've got two ambulances, and it's fully equipped.”
Recently, Jacqueline stepped out to visit an NGO, Roti Bank, in Mumbai and personally helped them prepare and distribute meals to people.
Apart from extending financial help and providing the essentials, Jacqueline is trying to raise awareness and help those in need of dealing with the crisis.
Recently, Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna also donated 100 oxygen concentrators. Meanwhile, Amitabh Bachchan also revealed that he had ordered 50 Oxygen concentrators from Poland as well as 20 ventilators.