Covidheros : The heroes who define courage & bravery

On 31 December 2019 in China and on 27 January 2020 in India, the first case of COVID-19 was reported and we are still fighting against this disease.
Later on 24th March 2020, the Indian government ordered the nationwide lockdown for 21 days because of the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases.
While, on one hand, we all were confined to stay at our homes with work and education. On the other hand, doctors, nurses, all the medical staff, the essential servants, and the police officers were on duty even in a global pandemic.
They are truly our “COVID HEROES”.
The virus has divided the world into two parts; Home & Hospital.
Between these two, we are at home spending quality time with our family while the covid heroes struggling to their every breath with ambulance runs, carrying patients, working 24/7, only to provide the patients with the best treatments.
Millions of doctors in this critical situation are putting their health, families aside & are risking their own lives for us selflessly. Some of them lost their lives too trying to save their patients. And after all of this sacrifice, what they get is assault, hate, abuse, disrespect.
Is it what they deserve after risking their own lives for us?
They ain’t asking much in return but just us to appreciate their efforts and hard work, to respect them, and help them by staying home.
Can’t we do these small things for them? Is staying home for our own well-being that tough?
The stories of covid heroes are really inspiring but heartbreaking at the same time. All we can do from our side is be grateful to them.
So, let’s take a moment to thank COVID WARRIORS; who are relentlessly fighting this battle for our safety.