Doctor shares pic after wearing PPE suit for hours; it goes viral

Doctor shares pic after wearing PPE suit for hours; it goes viral

“Proud to serve the nation,” the doctor captioned his post as he shared the two pictures.

With over three lakh Covid-19 cases each day and a death toll that has already crossed the two lakh mark a day ago, the second wave of the pandemic has taken over India like a storm. As the health crisis surges at a rapid pace, medical infrastructure in the country is almost on the brink of collapse. As a result, health workers are combating the crisis daily and doing their best to safeguard citizens during this vulnerable time.

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A post that has been shared on social media, in which a doctor is seen drenched in sweat as a result of wearing protective gear continuously for around 15 hours, is doing rounds on the internet.

The post was shared on Twitter by a user, identified as Doctor Sohil, on Wednesday, April 28. In the post, which has now gone viral on social media, the doctor shared two pictures of himself, the first, in which he is seen wearing a PPE kit, and the second, in which he is totally drenched in sweat.

“Proud to serve the nation,” the doctor captioned his post as he shared the two pictures.

In a thread attached to the tweet, the doctor also mentioned that people are going through difficult times currently but it is necessary to maintain social distancing. He also requested people to get vaccinated as it is the only solution to stay safe from contracting coronavirus.

“On behalf of all the doctors and health workers, I would like to say that we are working very hard to stay away from our family, sometimes just one step from the positive patient, and sometimes from the seriously ill elderly. Are an inch away. I request everyone to please go for vaccinations. This is the only solution! Be safe,” Dr Sohil wrote in the next tweet.

The viral post has garnered thousands of likes and retweets, with people appreciating the doctor for sharing the information.

“To all doctors, nurses and related staff there, who are working continuously to cure people and save lives. A big thank you and lots of love,” a Twitter user said in the comment section.

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