New Delhi, March 27 -- From setting up a kiosk of essentials within the compound, to providing daily meals and medicines to the elderly and students living on their own, residents in housing complexes in south-west Delhi's Dwarka have been attempting to make the lockdown as comfortable as possible for its residents as well as keep the virus at bay.

At sector-1, pocket-2, the local residents' welfare association (RWA) ensures that its cleaning and washing staff continue to have a source of income.

"Two of our staff who would wash vehicles and iron clothes had run out of work in the lockdown. We helped them set up a vegetable kiosk here. This way they can earn and ensure that residents do not need to step outside the complex to get their ...