Social media platforms have transformed into desperate helplines for thousands across the country. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram show fervent pleas for ventilators, oxygen, ICU beds and Remdesivir dominating conversations. Users also discuss their deeply personal stories of loss and agonising battles of survival with the virus. Visuals of ambulances, patients’ names and hospitals, cremation pyres convey a sense of despondency across platforms. On Facebook, there were over 27,000 posts around #Remdesivir on Sunday. Resource tools, compiled on Google Doc, have also become extremely common. The lists contain details of plasma centres, Remdesivir suppliers and hospitals with available beds.