Here are ten women of Indian origin who are making us proud by leading the fight against COVID-19:
Suddenly I was jobless and the uncertain future of my children loomed in front of eyes. -Vidya Shelke
The administration has conferred Rija for working on the frontline and creating awareness.
Designing DIY face shields occurred to me as an effective strategy to help the frontline workers and also contribute to alleviating the situation as a responsible citizen.
Sweta was a member of the two-woman team that won the silver medal in the 49er FX Class at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.
The single ends with the message, “This is dedicated to all of those fighting on the frontlines. They are the real heroes today. We need to burn bright like candles through the hurricane and emerge stronger together.”
India took on a challenging mission to provide aid to UAE amid the corona crisis. The batch of 88 nurses had their own struggles to face yet they chose the path of serving a greater good courageously.
Dr Sneha K. Shah (26) and Dr Nandini Passi (25), talk to us about their experience with COVID-19, the toll it has taken on them, how they’re dealing with panic-stricken patients, and how they go about every day risking their own health.
She is the tenth general practitioner to have lost her life to coronavirus in the UK.
COVID-19 Hero Maria Antonieta Alva is Peru’s finance minister. The 35-year-old has been winning praises for supporting vulnerable families.
Constable Chauhan, who grew up dreaming of becoming a police officer, worked exceedingly hard to fulfil her dream and finally entered the police force in 2007. Serving the citizens and keeping them away from any kind of instability is what she considers her duty.
Goel has also donated one month’s salary to the Haryana Corona Relief Fund.