The Inspiring Stories of Covid Warriors :
Many people are suffering from this epidemic but today I am telling you inspiring stories that motivate you in this situation, they are our covid warriors.
Mumbai Police constable Tejesh Sonawane a corona warriors :
This covid warrior in khaki drives an ambulance after his duty to supply rides to patients to the nearby hospitals for free of charge .
A couple of days back, constable Tejesh Sonawane borrowed a car from his friend which he became an ambulance. Now, he drives the ‘Omni’-Ambulance to “ferry the needy to medical care .”
The ‘Omni’-Present COVID Warrior!
Healthcare workers come in all get-ups. Some wear aprons; while others, Khaki – just like PC Tejesh Sonawane from Cuffe Parade PStn.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 4, 2020
This tale of inspiration was shared on Twitter by Mumbai Police. Within the caption, also because the video,they detailed Sonawane’s journey because the “Omni-Present Covid Warrior.
“Healthcare workers all come together. Some wear ppe kits while some wear khaki – like PC Tejesh Sonawane from Cuff Parade Police station. Mumbai Police tweeted.
The Mumbai Police also use the hashtag #AamhidutyVarAhot.
Salute to this covid warrior. We all should take the inspiration from this real super heroes.
A 23-Year-Old Sarpanch From Hyderabad Who Decided to face Outside Her Village to stop People From Escaping The lockdown A covid warriors :
Meet Akhila Yadav, a BSc graduate and sarpanch from Madanapuram village in Nalgonda district of Hyderabad.
Akhila decided to hitch PM Modi’s initiative. She from the very next day began to stand watch outside her village with a stick in her hand,
to prevent people from entering her village without a legitimate reason and preventing people from her village to defy the lockdown.
Meet Akhila, 23 years, Sarpanch of Madanapuram village in Nalgonda district. For first few days of #Lockdown21,she stood outside her village holding a stick to stop people from entering it without a valid reason.https://t.co/p2ZSnE6Mgo#IndiaFightsCorona @timesofindia pic.twitter.com/QjmayVIj51
— Mann Ki Baat Updates (@mannkibaat) March 31, 2020
She would stand from morning to afternoon then take an opportunity and again stand till the evening.
Apart from this,the sarpanch has also been going door-to-door to teach her villagers about COVID-19 symptoms.
why at this significant juncture following the required guidelines like lockdown and maintaining personal hygiene is important .
74-year-old Man From Reasi, Jammu & Kashmir, Made 6,000 Masks Using His Pension Money To Distribute Among The Less Fortunate People
Meet Yog Raj Mengi, a 74-year-old pensioner. He decided to shop for a stitching machine and a few fabric and began making face masks for fewer fortunate people in order that even they will safeguard themselves during this time of crisis. He has distributed over 6,000 masks till now, all using his pension money.
Yog Raj Mengi, a 74-yr-old pensioner from Reasi has distributed over 6000 masks made by him from his monthly pension. He is now distributing free ration also.#COVID19#IndiaFightsCorona pic.twitter.com/EAti0tY4rd
— Prasar Bharati News Services (@PBNS_India) April 15, 2020
Taking a step further, now the person has decided to distribute free ration in his area.
His work also got him a thumbs up from PM Modi, sharing his story on his social media handle, PM Modi said, “Proud of citizens like him! they’re adding such a lot might within the battle against COVID-19.”
Say Thank You to our real warriors in the comment