By line by- Aaliya Sultana
The pandemic has left us with losing our loves ones. India has been trying to tackle the situation and while the government faces backlash, the fight remains.
Today our Prime Minister Modi held a video conference with the health professionals and paid his condolences to the lives that could not fight the virus. He says the virus has taken away our loves one and shed tears. He said, “This virus took away so many people who were close to us. I offer my deepest condolences to their families. In the video conference, he also extended his appreciation towards the frontline workers, technicians etc and thanked them on how they have fought the battle with such strong-willed dedication.
Seeing the second wave of pandemic, he addressed how the healthcare systems have been under such pressure and stress. He paid his thanks to Varanasi in battling with COVID. He believes that despite of so many efforts, our rural areas in Purvanchal needs to be taken care of. He addressed the initiate being taken on how to gear up for the second wave emerging in Varanasi.
He spoke about how the virus is spreading and patients are now in hospital for longer duration. PM said, “You have contained the virus significantly but there should be no complacency as it is going to be a long fight.’ He also spoke about how the vaccination should be the utmost priority. During the video conference, “Jahan bimar, wahin upchar,” (treatment of the ailing at their doorstep) was added as a new slogan by him.