PM Modi shares video of Pune doctor's warm welcome after three weeks of coronavirus duty | Watch
Pune | Jagran Trending Desk: As the world is suffering from a health crisis due to the spread of novel coronavirus, it is the heroes in white coats who are there to rescue us. Meanwhile, just writing a few words of thanks won't be enough and we all should learn from this video that has taken over the internet.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared the video on his Twitter account. “Moments like this fill the heart with happiness. This is the spirit of India. We will courageously fight COVID-19. We will remain eternally proud of those working on the frontline,” he tweeted while sharing the video.
Moments like this fill the heart with happiness.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 30, 2020
This is the spirit of India.
We will courageously fight COVID-19.
We will remain eternally proud of those working on the frontline. https://t.co/5amb5nkikS
The video is of Pune where a doctor returned from the hospital treating COVID-19 patients after three weeks. The doctor is said to be working in the ICU of the hospital where she is working in direct contact with the coronavirus patients. Though necessary measures must be taken by her while working in the hospital, the severity of risk the white coat warriors are taking remains a serious concern.
When the doctor returned home, she was welcomed by all the society members who were standing on the main gate, holding thankyou placards and showering flower petals on the lady doctor as a token of thanks for her courage, bravery, and dedication. This made the doctor emotional as seen in the video and looking at the warm welcome after a tiring shift of three weeks in the hospital.
Doctors are the most vulnerable people amid the pandemic as most of them are working days and nights and have isolated themselves from their families, battling with all the scarcity of the protective medical equipment.
Hence it gets very important to work as a society and to recognise the scale of efforts, as well as the benevolence doctors, are pouring in globally.
Posted By: Aalok Sensharma