A simple thank you would never suffice to show our gratitude towards COVID warriors. For the past 6 months, medical professionals have been working tirelessly and risking their lives to protect us from the virus. And, now with the significant spike in cases, healthcare workers are more worn out
than ever while treating the numerous patients.
Speaking of which, twitter user Dr. Urvi Shukla MD recently shared how an elderly patient expressed his gratitude towards medical workers who treated him by gifting them rice grown in his own field. According to her post, the senior citizen had recovered from COVID-19 after staying in the ICU for 15 days. The patient had even been kept on a ventilator for 12 days.
Senior citizen recovered from Covid 19 after ICU stay of 15 days (out of that 12 days on ventilator).
He was a free patient and he wanted to say thanks to treating team. Rice grown by him in his own field. pic.twitter.com/kbPkoyjoYC
— Dr Urvi Shukla MD (@docurvishukla) September 14, 2020
However, even though the elderly person’s treatment was done for free, he still wanted to thank the medical team that treated him. That is why he gifted the doctors the rice he grew in his field.
Many people lauded the elderly man’s kind gesture and expressed gratitude towards the doctors and nurses.
That's best a person can offer. His own sweat n blood and dedication which he puts on field.
— Vishal विशाल விஷால🇮🇳 (@vishalkmumbai) September 14, 2020
Appreciate his feelings. This is not simple rice but blessings from his heart and soul, yielded by his hard work.
Thanks for your acknowledgement.
Good work wouldn't be stopped by you Dr Urvi.
— Rocky Rocks ریان (@RayyanTheLuck) September 14, 2020
Thank you for sharing. Very nice gesture and also appreciate hardwork from your end.
— Yogesh Raikar (@YogeshRaikar7) September 14, 2020
This is the best thing you can get.
The Regards respect you earned will bring you more wealth in future.
— ⏩🅰mit Kashyap ⏩ (@talktoamit121) September 15, 2020
Well done doc. A big thank you to your family, your colleagues , your college and your school.👍
— Hardik (@Hardik02803301) September 14, 2020
In the end, its always the intent that matters👏🏾👏🏾👌🏾👌🏾#gratitude class act🙏🏾
— _Shashwat_ (@_shaashwat_) September 15, 2020
Such a touching gesture. Nothing is more valuable than this wonderful expression of gratitude 🙏🙏🙏
— Vivek Pai 🇮🇳 (@vivekpai01) September 14, 2020
Kudos to the elderly man for his kind and thoughtful gesture. And, a big thank you to all the people working and making our lives easier during these testing times.