While the national capital is under lockdown to contain the spread of deadly COVID-19, the Residents Welfare Association (RWA) in South Delhi's Navjiwan Vihar has geared up to take care of the senior citizens, who are living alone, by providing basic essentials to them."Volunteers call us daily and we are satisfied with the overall services." 83-year-old Swadesh Seth claimed that the services provided by the RWA are like a mother would get and remarked that she doesn't feel neglected despite living alone in the house."People are taking care of senior citizens, I am staying alone but I am getting daily calls from the volunteers for my needs and they help me.Daily contact with volunteers is reassurance that they have people to fall back upon." Speaking about the volunteers who are pivot in the whole system, Amita Kaushal said: "My role is to call up senior citizens who are living alone and find out how they are doing." "If they have any requirement, that is provided.