Suresh Gupta, who takes on the role of pharmacist in the Chinanyi Block, regards social service as his job. Having infected himself, he has done his duty responsibly over the phone, which has become a role model for others. He also lost his father to the epidemic in December 2020, but is still living in the war to end Corona.
The pharmacist Suresh Gupta is currently tasked with supporting the tracing of Covid contacts in China. He was previously employed by CHC. As a Corona warrior, he was used in Chinanyi Hospital, sometimes in the Micro Containment Zone and sometimes in the District Hospital. He was also at the forefront of sending the infected to the hospital without fear. He was infected with a corona about five months ago and lost his father to an epidemic during the same period. But he did not lose heart and took on the same risky duty as before.
Suresh said that after serving in the micro-security zone, responsibility for assisting tracing covid contacts in China was transferred. He said it was necessary to be passionate in order to remove corona from its roots. People also need to understand their responsibilities.
Rakhi plays service after clearing himself of infection, Saharanpur
Saharanpur In the Corona era, employees of the Ministry of Health became crisis soldiers. He cares more about patients than about his life. They infect themselves through this path of duty, but after recovering, they do the duty well again.
Among the soldiers in a similar crisis is the nurse Rakhi from the SBD District Hospital. His investigation report on Kovid 19 received positive reviews on April 9th. At the time, she was on duty in the doctor’s OPD room 15. There was a daily rush of patients with OPD. During this time, Rakhi became infected. When he found out the investigation report, he isolated himself at home. Rakhi says that in addition to her husband, Sanjay Kumar, she has a son and daughter in the family. Was in a separate room from the family. She did not leave the room or allow family members to enter the room. She continued to take medication regularly and paid special attention to food to stay healthy. Also practices yoga etc. After 15 days of isolation at home, she is now perfectly healthy.
Now he works in the trauma center of the district hospital. Many patients are also taken in here to take care of them. Rakhi explains that home isolation beat the infection. After that, she is now doing her duty well. So that the injured can be treated in good time when they reach the trauma center.
Dr. Omvir Singh, Saharanpur, has been working without vacation for 14 months
Ambehata (Saharanpur). Dr. Omvir Singh, the CHC incharge, plays the role of an angel for people in the Corona era. Dr. Singh, who lives in Ramala Village in Shamli District, has been responsible for the local CHC for almost three and a half years. It is said that he has not taken a vacation in about 14 months. In the Corona era, he was stationed at Kovid Hospital in Fatehpur for 14 days last year.
Said if they remember the family members they only take their move by phone. Your services are better at local CHC too. They look forward to providing health services to people day and night. Corona’s guidelines constantly make people personally aware of vaccinations and tests.