Two youngsters from Karnataka take on the responsibility to sanitize the public places

The 20-year-old and the 16-year-old two youngsters from Karnataka have sanitized more than 10 areas of Davangere city while also following the COVID-19 protocols.

With an aim to serve the society amidst the deadly Coronavirus, two youngsters from Karnataka get up early in the morning and sanitize the public places in Davangere city.


The 20-year-old Soujanya Ajjampurshettru and 16-year-old Rudresh have covered many areas in the city like PJ Extension, MCC A and B blocks, Durgamma Temple, KTJ Nagar, KTJ Nagar police station, clock tower, Chamarajpet, MG Road, Ram, and Co circle, Vinobha Nagar, Church road etc.

These two youngsters from Karnataka finish their work before people get up

The duo gets out of their homes with bags carrying disinfectants. They spray the mixture of sodium hypochloride and Dettol in the areas before people start commuting. They have also sanitised four houses of COVID-19 patients.

After spending Rs 2,800 for a pump, Soujanya spends Rs 5,000 to Rs 8,000 weekly to purchase sodium hypochloride and Dettol.

Soujanya, who is a final year BSc student (CBZ), takes care of all the COVID-19 protocols while sanitizing. Along with wearing triple masks and face shields, she also wears gloves while going out.

She often receives requests for food from her friends whose parents are admitted to the hospitals. Hence, she keeps visiting the hospitals with food for them.

Soujanya’s family has also been active in social work. During the first lockdown in 2020, her family had distributed ration to the needy.

An appreciable initiative!

Source: The New Indian Express

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