The Covid tsunami in my country of birth should be a wake-up call for Australia. This is not the time to be complacent
My chat groups from India are flooded with requests for convalescent plasma, Remdesivir, oxygen tanks and hospital beds. My Twitter feeds are condolences or desperate cries for help from people whose loved ones are fighting for their lives.
Here in Melbourne, I feel so helpless. I offer any help that I can to those in the country of my birth, from half a world away.
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