As the coronavirus pandemic accelerates by the day, doctors and healthcare professionals are working day-in and day-out to treat patients who have been infected. No amount of cheering and clapping can ever fully repay their hard work and sacrifices!
However, constantly catering to their patients’ needs while putting their own lives at risk can take a heavy toll on them. Hence, to boost their confidence and spirits, a group of doctors working at Rajasthan’s COVID-19 hotspot, the Government Hospital in Bhilwara, sang ‘Choro Kal Ki Baatein’ together.
‘Choro Kal Ki Baatein’ is the famous song from the 1960 movie ‘Hum Hindustani’.
A video of the doctors singing was posted by DD News on Twitter. Have a look:
At the epicentre of #COVID19 in Rajasthan, Government Hospital in Bhilwara, doctors are working round the clock to beat #coronavirus #StayHome #IndiaFightsCorona #21daysLockdown pic.twitter.com/bUVv8vz3dO
— DD News (@DDNewslive) March 26, 2020
People on the internet are left emotional by the video. Many took to the comment section to call the doctors “real heroes” and saluted their hard work. Have a look:
These r real heroes right now. Fighting wid the virus upfront. May god bless them and give them full strength,we all depend on them.
— Vikash Mishra (@vikash4) March 26, 2020
India's Brave hearts!!! big salute to all d medical personnels n othr involved in serving d nation in these difficult moments!
— Coutinho Daisy Richard (@CoutinhoDaisyR1) March 26, 2020
We salute you…….
— Punit (@Dantaksharma) March 26, 2020
I hope you are always fine I pray to God you are healthy fit and take care
— VINESH CHOPRA (@vineshk28397200) March 26, 2020
Saltue to your tremendous effort. We shall definitely overcome this situation. 🙏 Jai Hind !
— soumyananda (@soumyos) March 26, 2020
We salute you. Aap hamare liye bhagban ho…. God bless you all🙏🇮🇳
— gayatri (@gayatri502) March 26, 2020
❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ ye bahut kam hai
— Hariom singh Rajput (@hariomsingh9900) March 26, 2020
There are thousands of doctors around the world who are working against the clock to treat coronavirus patients. Hence, it is important for us all as responsible citizens to not let their hard work go to waste and remain indoors to help curb the further spread of COVID-19.