Hathras: Doctors are trying to save people who are risking their own lives in the epidemic

Hathras: Dr. IV Singh, CMS, District Hospital.
– Photo: HATHRAS

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Doctors are called the god of the earth. During this time of the corona epidemic, the doctors did their duty very well. Doctors risk their own lives to save patients. Some doctors who serve in covid hospitals have not gone home for several months. Many doctors have also infected themselves.
In addition, many government doctors including Dr. Santosh Kumar, Dr. Ramesh, Dr. Navneet Arora from the district hospital, infected with corona. The relatives of many doctors were also infected. After being isolated for the prescribed time, this doctor returned to his service and began caring for the patients. Some health care workers also became infected during this time. They also do their duty shoulder to shoulder with the doctors. In addition, most of the city’s private doctors also did their job. This doctor was also infected with corona.
CMS didn’t go home for months and talk to family members on the phone
Hatras. Bagla District Hospital’s CMS, Dr. IV Singh, had many additional tasks during the Corona period. All of these patients came to the district hospital infected with corona. After the examination, he sent her to covid hospitals. He has also provided OPD services and, if necessary, emergency services. As a CMS, he had experienced the administrative work of the district hospital. He comes from the neighboring district of Agra. Dr. Ivy Singh says that due to all these busy schedules, he has only been able to visit his house once since March 2020. He is constantly on the phone with his family members. conversation
Did not quit the service even after the father’s health deteriorated
Hatras. Dr. Virendra Singh, director of the Kovid-L2 Hospital set up at MDTB Hospital, says he has not been able to go to his home for the past three months. He lives in the town of Atrauli in the Aligarh district. His father suffered from many serious illnesses. He initially considered it necessary to serve the patients admitted to the Kovid Hospital and continued to telephone the relatives. He says that all the patients have been cured by the treatment from him and other doctors and he feels satisfied with it. conversation

Hathras: Dr. Virendra Singh, Responsible Kovid-L-Two Hospital– Photo: HATHRAS

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras

Doctors are called the god of the earth. During this time of the corona epidemic, the doctors did their duty very well. Doctors risk their own lives to save patients. Some doctors who serve in covid hospitals have not gone home for several months. Many doctors have also infected themselves.

In addition, many government doctors including Dr. Santosh Kumar, Dr. Ramesh, Dr. Navneet Arora from the district hospital, infected with corona. The relatives of many doctors were also infected. After being isolated for the prescribed time, this doctor returned to his service and began caring for the patients. Some health care workers also became infected during this time. They also do their duty shoulder to shoulder with the doctors. In addition, most of the city’s private doctors also did their job. This doctor was also infected with corona.

CMS didn’t go home for months and talk to family members on the phone

Hatras. Bagla District Hospital’s CMS, Dr. IV Singh, had many additional tasks during the Corona period. All of these patients came to the district hospital infected with corona. After the examination, he sent her to covid hospitals. He has also provided OPD services and, if necessary, emergency services. As a CMS, he had experienced the administrative work of the district hospital. He comes from the neighboring district of Agra. Dr. Ivy Singh says that due to all these busy schedules, he has only been able to visit his house once since March 2020. He is constantly on the phone with his family members. conversation

Did not quit the service even after the father’s health deteriorated

Hatras. Dr. Virendra Singh, director of the Kovid-L2 Hospital set up at MDTB Hospital, says he has not been able to go to his home for the past three months. He lives in the town of Atrauli in the Aligarh district. His father suffered from many serious illnesses. He initially considered it necessary to serve the patients admitted to the Kovid Hospital and continued to telephone the relatives. He says that all the patients have been cured by the treatment from him and other doctors and he feels satisfied with it. conversation

Hathras: Dr.  Virendra Singh, Responsible Kovid-L-Two Hospital

Hathras: Dr. Virendra Singh, Responsible Kovid-L-Two Hospital– Photo: HATHRAS

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