Well! We all are aware of the situation how critical is going and people are literally begging doctors to save them. But is it that easy? We all are seeing even doctors are posting online how they are actually feeling. India has already entered stage 3 and the only way we can save ourselves is staying home. Don’t go out until and unless it’s actually necessary or there’s some urgency.
The virus has affected so much to this entire world and is still going on. But in the middle of this shit and stressed atmosphere, there comes a picture shared by Tanmoy Dey on Facebook where a 75-year-old woman hugging a doctor after she recovered from this deadly virus.
The picture went viral and winning millions of hearts online. Tanmoy Dey, the Bengali boy shared the picture with the caption in Bengali only. Just have a look over this pretty picture<3
His Bengali Caption says, “His grandmother finally recovered from this deadly virus COVID-19 after struggling for 10 days. She is 75-years-old but her willpower is actually strong and when people actually wanna survive, yes, they survive!
When finally her grandmaa is getting discharge from the hospital she hugged the doctor who assisted her during this hard time of her life, who was with her all the time, she hugged him and showered her blessings and love for the doctor.”
The situation is really dangerous outside. I’ve seen a nurse’s post on Instagram and literally got goosebumps. That post says It’s actually difficult saying that their 22-year-old son will be alright, lying to hundreds of patients for the same that they will save them when they actually know to their bones that they won’t. Hearing breathless women crying allah allah in anguish all night, watching people breakdown in front is actually scary.
Hearing the patient’s last words not to let them die but they died, telling children that they may not get their mother’s body, mothers standing before with folded hands asking to save their children’s lives, looking at hundreds of packed bodies and telling to themselves to stop thinking and just go on with work.
She has said a lot about like this and at last, she said, “Trust me your lockdowns are not difficult.. You haven’t seen the horrors we see.. I wish I could show you videos of the pain I see, just to scare everyone enough for you to stay inside..”