Get medicine delivered at your doorstep - 24Seven
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Pokhara: The world seems to have come to a standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic. Out of the 2.5 million infected people in the world, more than 1.5 hundred thousand have lost the battle to COVID-19. In Nepal, however, the number of cases identified is only 31 as of today. Therefore, it goes without saying that we need to maintain social-distancing to prevent the spread, which also means that we need to follow the order of the government to follow the rules of the lockdown which may go on for as long as we do not have a solution or an alternative.
The human race has not yet found a vaccine or an antidote to the deadly virus. If we do not remain under strict conditions, such as the lockdown, there is a danger that we may be putting our lives on the line as well as endangering the lives of others around us. Moreover, since we do not have any cases in Nepal, we may be complacent into believing that we are winning the war against COVID-19.
To prevent the spread, Nepalese citizens are embracing the month-long lockdown with utmost care of oneself and of others around them. This also means that businesses and industries have shut down. However, we should remember that there is the most important thing at this time is to stay alive and save whoever we can. We do not have an alternative but to remain indoors and only go out to buy things that are of the utmost importance.
Also, check out some of the views of the Kathmandu valley on the seventh day of lockdown.
Not only in the capital Kathmandu but also in every city of Nepal, the Nepalese people and others that are stranded here in this picturesque destination are spending time with their families and neighbours after a long time. It may have helped several relationships improve and infants and other children could be enjoying more time with their parents and getting the attention they deserve finally.
We can also see on social networking sites that families are enjoying delicious meals together. Nevertheless, it does not mean that you do not fall ill at home because the human body is peculiar nature and anything can happen. At this time, you may need to go to a pharmacy or other medical stores to purchase medicine, and they may be located quite far from where you live. In addition, if the elderly with long-term sicknesses do not get to consume medical drugs, it may be severely dangerous for their lives. Furthermore, even the pharmacies in your area may not be able to deliver medical products to your house due to the lack of transportation due to the lockdown.
Having considered these problems from all angles, 24Seven Health and Beauty Pvt. Ltd. has taken the authorization from the Government of Nepal to deliver medical drugs and cosmetic items to any location using protective equipment and gear. Set up inside the premises of Metro Kathmandu Hospital in Maharajgunj of Kathmandu, 24Seven serves its customers through its website, Facebook page, Instagram handles and a mobile app.
More information about their services can be accessed from the following:
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/24sevenHnB/
Instagram Handle: https://instagram.com/24sevenhealthandbeauty
Play Store (Android): bit.ly/24SevenApp
App Store (iOS): bit.ly/24SeveniOS
These contact details will definitely come in handy at this time of the lockdown. Make sure you don’t run out of medicine!
So what does the Founder & CEO have to say?
Jagrit Ojha, the Founder & CEO says “The government has allowed general pharmaceutical stores to run their operations for sure. But, the public is not being able to reach the stores due to the lockdown. We understand the problems and needs of people who are sick, so we have not stopped delivering medical items and other health equipment to their doorsteps. We felt the need to let the customers order medicine from their hand-held devices, so we have made our updated app available for Android and iOS users. If customers are unable to find the time to download our app, they can simply give us a call or contact us through any of our social networking handles, such as Facebook and Instagram.
A qualified and professional pharmacist packs the ordered products safely using protective tools including the usage of sanitizers and hands them over to the delivery experts who also focus on top-notch safety precautions when it comes to handing over the items to the customers. At the moment, we are only able to serve customers in Pokhara and Kathmandu valley that includes the three major districts of Nepal, namely, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur. We were in the process of expansion, but, unfortunately, we could not continue the process because the lockdown started. However, we are certain that we will reach all states of Nepal in no time after the effects of the coronavirus subside.”
For more information, please watch the video which has been posted here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hF-JVMsQWsQ).