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+ Mumbai Mayor returns as nurse to fight coronavirus crisis
Rising to the occasion, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Mayor Kishori Pednekar has decided has returned to her old calling — nursing — to contribute in the fight against COVID-19.
+ A total of 85 districts from 25 states and UTs have not reported any fresh coronavirus case in the last 14 days, the Health Ministry said in its daily media briefing on Monday.
+ Twins successfully delivered in ambulance by Valpoi staff nurse!
108 Ambulances have been strengthening health care in the state since its inception, their professional treatment and dedication is par excellence. I would like to thank & congratulate the staff of 108 on this successful delivery: Vishwajit Rane, Goa Health Minister.
— NewsMobile (@NewsMobileIndia) April 27, 2020
+ Delhi’s COVID-19 survivor donates plasma for treatment of others
While work is underway for developing vaccines in many countries of the world against the coronavirus, promising results have come in the treatment of COVID-19 from plasma therapy.
Many plasma donors are playing an important role in saving people’s lives- One such person is Anuj Sharma.
Sharma returned to Delhi from Europe on March 20. On March 29, he underwent a test for coronavirus which came positive, after which he was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital in the city.
He recovered on April 15. However, during this time period his wife and son also tested positive for the coronavirus.
Sharma said that the idea of plasma donation came from his wife, who was advised about it by a medical doctor.
Sharma said that his marriage anniversary is on April 25. And, on that day he agreed to donate plasma.
+ The Motherly instinct is universal!- Mothers rally to donate vital breast milk during COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong
Whisked out of her Hong Kong home by medics in protective gear, Catherine Kosasih didn’t know if or when she would see her children – aged just four months and 21 months – again.
After she was diagnosed with COVID-19, she was kept in isolation and her husband and children quarantined. What stood as the biggest challenge for her was the fact that her youngest child was allergic to formula and there was no way to feed her.
After doctors told Kosasih to dump her pumped milk because the medication she was taking to treat the virus could be passed to her baby, she contacted Gemma MacFarlane founder of Hong Kong Breastfeeding, a social media support group.
MacFarlane posted an SOS call for donations online and within hours, scores of mothers had come together to offer what they could, and within a day more than 15 litres – enough to feed the baby for around two weeks – had been pledged.
+ Specially-abled persons get special care by police amid lockdown in Gujarat
+ A specially-abled lady is setting example for society in fight against COVID-19!
+ A COVID-19 wedding! Couple gets hitched, gives sweet message to other lovebirds
+ Chandigarh: Punjab Police launches ‘#Main Bhi Harjeet’ campaign to pay tribute to frontline warriors
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