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A letter to health sector workers- Rtr. Prathamesh Mishra

Dear Health sector workers,

The coronavirus is dominating our everyday life these days. The situation has huge consequences on health, families, economics, and social structure, and our countries confront the current situation from their own cultural perspectives and different policies - not only individually but also with much in common. Each day brings news; some countries are reopening their functions slowly while some continue having strict restrictions. I would like to thank all the health sector workers who risked their lives and saved us from the virus they worked day and night for the past 9 months to save us they left no stone unturned for us. And it's a thankless job they are god for us some workers got infected From this virus but they came back to work after successfully beating the virus and we call them our "CORONA WARRIOR".

To the hospital porters :

You get us the medicines for our patients, take patients all around the hospital, and transport them to scans. Thank you for carting the unfortunate away. Thank you for the bad joke you made when you saw patients unhappy and sad

You are amazing. They help to clean patients when they cannot breathe they toilet them, give them toothbrushes to make them feel human, and hold their hands when they are dying. I know you are stretched. You are here, you are trying and that’s all any of us can do at the moment.

To the healthcare assistants, advanced nurse practitioners, and other clinical staff

You are amazing. You help clean patients when they cannot breathe, you toilet them, give them toothbrushes to make them feel human, and you hold their hands when they are dying. I know you are stretched. You are here, you are trying and that’s all any of us can do at the moment.

the hospital pharmacists, radiographers, and biomedical scientists

You’re trying to get us the supply of all the medicine we need. I know you’re trying to source more antibiotics, paracetamol, and other drugs. I can’t imagine how difficult it is, yet you still smile and correct the charts with your green pen. Thank you for checking I have dosed the medicine correctly.

Thank you to the radiographers for coming to the ward for the umpteenth time to do another X-ray. I know you are worried about whether you are wearing the correct PPE.

Thanks to the biomedical scientists for running the million flu and COVID swabs we send. Without you, we wouldn’t know what on earth we were treating. I know you are scared about being exposed through handling so many positive swabs

By,

Rtr. Prathamesh Mishra

Member,

Rotaract Club of TCET

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