Returning home after 20 days, 'Corona Joddha' received a fancy reception, Prime Minister Modi shared a viral video

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BanglaHunt Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a viral video of 'Corona Jodha' female doctor. After 20 days, the doctor returned home from duty at the hospital and received a fancy reception. By sharing the video, Modi has given courage to fight Corona.

The deadly corona virus has spread worldwide. One country after another is being devoured by this terrible virus. The World Health Organization has already declared the disaster an 'epidemic'. Beyond China, Italy, Iran, India has also been attacked. And the central and state governments are fighting with him.
In the first phase, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a lockdown till April 14. In the second phase, the lockdown period was extended to May 3. Recently, the third phase lockdown has been extended for another 15 days. In this situation, everyone is under house arrest. Only emergency services are available. There is no leave for doctors. Udayast Khete They are going to serve the victims of Corona.
In this situation, a video has gone viral, which netizens have been overwhelmed with praise. The video shows a female doctor returning home from duty after 20 days. He is working in the important ICU ward of the hospital. He has not been able to return home for the last 20 days due to heavy work pressure and fear of corona infection in his family.

But the welcome he received after so long may be remembered for the rest of his life. The whole apartment came down to applaud him. After showering flowers, the woman doctor was greeted with a handwritten placard. However, everything is quite in accordance with the rules, maintaining social distance. The doctor got tears in his eyes after receiving such a request.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself shared this viral video on Netdunia. Sharing the video on his Twitter handle, he wrote, ‘Such moments fill the heart with joy. This is the norm in India. We will fight against Covid 19 with courage. The country will always be proud of those who are working in the front row. '

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