In the #Coronavirus pandemic, while governments are doing their part across the globe there is no control in the affected people that is nearing 2 million soon with over 100000 dealths, the experts are still in the helpless stage. It is being observed that the nations with #WomenLeaders are having a better control with time over the pandemic spread like Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Iceland, etc.
Here is the reason why the government is imposing lock down despite people's interest for their own good.
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While everyone in the front line like, doctors, police, municipal employees, etc. are putting their lives at risk to contain the spread, there are other people taking it at ease with the stigma that our Indians carry, that " dekhte hai". You know we are "Unity in Diversity" in case of religions, cultures, even mind sets.
Now, we take this platform to share few most interesting characters that needs a great intro to the world, #IndianWoman at their best at fighting against corona for what they believe & live for either it is for their family, for their district or for the country.
1. Shikha Malhotra - Bollywood Actress:
Doctors and nurses around the world are working round the clock to help and treat COVID-19 patients. They are, in fact, keeping their lives on stake to abide by their duties and responsibilities. After all, after completing their respective degrees, the doctors and nurses take an oath to help and serve people all their life no matter what.
Probably, this is the reason why many doctors around the world are coming out from their retirement to help coronavirus patients.
And the same thing apparently encouraged Bollywood actress Shikha Malhotra to join the hospital during the coronavirus outbreak. The actress who has shared the screen with notable actor Sanjay Mishra in Kaanchli had completed her course in nursing back in 2014 from Delhi’s Vardhman Mahavir Medical College in Safdarjung Hospital.
“After passing the course in college, we had taken the oath to serve society. I think this is the time to do so,” she said.
Shikha is certainly the kind of hero our country needs right now. Kudos to you, nurse Shikha!
2. Srijana Gummala-Municipal Commissioner, Greater Vishakapatnam:
Meet another women power, Mrs.Srijana Gummala, Municipal Commissioner, Greater Vishakapatnam. She is also the mother of a 1 month old baby. While every one is fighting for the nation in their own way & the vulnerables staying at home, being a new mother & the baby more prone to get infected she chose to serve the nation. A district a completely dependent on her while seeking the help at these times of crisis.
She has returned to work, with her baby in her arms, because of COVID19 crisis & yes, She has given up her maternity leave to serve the Nation.
3. Razia Begum - Indian Mother & Teacher:
There is no limit for Mother's Love.
The 50-year-old teacher from Nizamabad district in Telangana decided to ride her two-wheeler to Nellore in Andhra Pradesh after her teen son got stranded there owing to the nationwide lockdown.
Razia Begum, a school teacher in the small town of Bodhan on the Maharashtra-Telangana border, started her journey on Monday morning. She reached Nellore on the Andhra Pradesh-Tamil Nadu border on her Scooty on Tuesday afternoon. She picked up her 17-year old son Mohammed Nizamuddin, and rode back home on Wednesday evening.
In her three-day-long journey, Razia Begum covered a distance of 1,400 km on her Scooty.
A single mother with two children, Razia Begum has a son and a daughter. Her son Nizamuddin was preparing for his medical examinations in Hyderabad and had travelled to Nellore to help his friend's ailing father when the lockdown came into effect.
Upon hearing about the lockdown, Nizamuddin's mother approached Bodhan ACP Jaipal Reddy who provided her with a curfew pass. With some food in her bag, Razia Begum embarked on her journey to Nellore to bring her son back.
“I had to travel along forest areas too. I was not scared of of anything. All I wanted was to get my son back,” Razia said.
4. Virologist Minal Dakhave Bhosale:
With the arrival of the first made-in-India testing kit for novel coronavirus in the market, another positive news poured in that has won hearts of thousands of people, including the chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra, who have been waiting for a ray of hope in India's fight against the infection.
According to a report by BBC, virologist Minal Dakhave Bhosale, who is the research and development chief of Mylab Discovery in Pune, the first Indian firm to get full approval to make and sell Covid-19 testing kits, managed to provide the testing kit for evaluation just a day before she delivered her daughter.
Her efforts paid the price with her team delivering the testing kit in a record time of six weeks. "It was an emergency, so I took this on as a challenge. I have to serve my nation," said Minal Dakhave Bhosale to BBC.
Ms. Bhosale, you delivered not just the test kit and your baby , but you also delivered a ray of hope to the country. We stand and salute you... https://t.co/iqQgQvBzg3
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) March 28, 2020
5. Professor Seema Mishra - University of Hyderabad:
Dr. Seema Mishra, faculty at University of Hyderabad, has designed potential vaccine candidates, called T cell epitopes, against all structural and non-structural proteins of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) for experimental testing.
These vaccine candidates are small coronaviral peptides which are used by cells to trigger an immune response to destroy cells harbouring the viral peptides.
Using powerful immunoinformatics approaches with computational softwares, Dr Seema Mishra has designed these potential epitopes in a way that can be used to vaccinate an entire population.
India, being the most crowded country is still the not much affected country, that shocks the whole world, but just don't know that apart from the great leader at the top, Mr. Narendra Modi, there are also the women that strive to save their nation.
We salute all such men & women whom we are not able to cover here but your slefless service is an inspiration & India owes you all.
Source: various news & social media channels.