Stay Informed, Stay Safe

About this website

Stay Informed, Stay Safe

At a time when the number of positive COVID-19 cases are on a rapidly increasing trend, it is imperative to have access to reliable and actionable information to keep oneself safe. While enough information is available at national and state level, there is no credible source of information at local city level, specially for relatively smaller cities like Karnal. This initiative,, aims to fill that gap by disseminating factual information about the novel Coronavirus in Karnal and keeping citizens of Karnal safe. During this pandemic, access to reports for COVID 19 has been a major stumbling block, for both patients and healthcare authorities. To bridge this gap, the site would also host RTPCR reports making it easy for people to download their reports on their devices.
About Myself

Something about me

Hi! My name is Aakarsh Kaushal and I am an 11th grade student in non-medical stream who dreams to be a computer engineer one day. I am passionate about coding and have been learning various coding languages on my own through online lessons. I had been following data related to Coronavirus outbreak in India but didn't find any credible source of local information about Karnal. That gave me inspiration to come up with this website in order to not only provide various statistics related to COVID-19 in Karnal but also to provide information regarding various aspects of COVID-19 from credible local and worldwide sources.
Aakarsh Kaushal

Aakarsh Kaushal


Project Support

Project Support & Resources

This initiative has been implemented under the core guidance of Dr. Chintan Vaishnav, Senior Lecturer in MIT's Sloan School of Management and the Academic Director of MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design. Heartfelt thanks is due to Dr. Yogesh Sharma, Civil Surgeon Karnal for his moral support and guidance for this project. Gratitude to Dr. Arun Goyal & Dr. Rajat Mimani, President and General Secretary, Indian Medical Association Karnal for providing access to blog articles and setting up a helpline for COVID related queries from the public. Special thanks to Mr. Parveen Arora, Staff Correspondent at The Tribune, and Mr. Balram Sharma, AIPRO Kurukshetra for helping out with this project.