Dr Laura Breen Suicide shows how fighting against the pandemic from the frontline has made the health workers more vulnerable to mental health issues.
According to Bose, if a COVID-19 patient uses this mask “droplets exhaled will no longer contain the virus.”
“I want to do the work I have known for so many years again which is to nurse the patients. So I willingly decided to do this,” said Kishori Pednekar
“She usually helps me when I ask her, but in return, she asks me for money. But this time, for some reason, she said that she doesn’t want a penny.”
Sinha’s persistent work towards containment of the transmission comes with its set of challenges but her dedicated approach helps her overcome them.
The US-based daughter of the sprinter Milkha Singh works at the Metropolitan Hospital Center in New York, and for a couple of weeks now she has been attending to emergency patients of the novel coronavirus.
The 22-year-old has completed BSc Nursing from a private college.
“People are contributing to the Prime Minister and Chief Minister’s relief fund. Since I do not have cash in hand, I decided to contribute to the society by distributing vegetables from my farm among villagers.”
“If your hands are sanitised, you can ignore the beep. Else, you will realise that you need to wash your hands,” said Budhavarapu Sneha.
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Odisha’s top medical institutes that are responsible for COVID-19 testing are being led by women.
The country is combating the global pandemic and to contribute in this the wives of CRPF Jawans voluntarily come forward to prepare the masks for the health professionals, as the country faces the shortage of protective equipment.