(Kajal Singh intern journalist): In this center, about 30 people who came in contact with the corona-infected deceased were quarantined here. Out of this, positive reports of three persons who came in contact with the deceased came.
New Delhi: Mother’s Day is being celebrated all over the world today. In such a situation, we have brought before you the story of a mother who is engaged in the service of the country by staying away from her 14-month-old girl during the coronavirus crisis. Actually, Poonam Bhaide of Chhindwara of Madhya Pradesh is a nurse and is engaged in her duty due to the Coronavirus crisis. She is constantly engaged in serving the patients and staying away from her family. He has not even taken his baby girl in his lap for the last 40 days.
Poonam Bhaide, a resident of Chhindwara, was in the nursing staff of Burhanpur district hospital for some time back. He was transferred a few months ago in Chhindwara to live with the family, but he suddenly faced a challenge like a coronavirus. In Chhindwara, people who have come in contact with a corona positive person from Indore, have been kept in a quarantine center set up by the district administration.
Poonam Bhaide was also serving in this center
In this center, about 30 people who came in contact with the corona-infected deceased were quarantined here. Out of this came a positive report of three persons who came in contact with the deceased, but despite all these challenges, Poonam’s intention of patriotism towards Corona did not diminish and the result of their hard and true awareness was that now all the people from this center The quarantine period has also been completed.
This center is completely empty.
No family advice came in front of this passion of Poonam, and she further downs Singodi from Chhindwara. If she did not know how to drive earlier, her husband also taught her to drive.
Poonam travels daily to Singodi’s Corona ground, living in a rented house in Chhindwara district, away from her village and family. Currently, no one is even giving a house in Singodi due to fear of Corona. When Poonam remembers her fourteen-month-old baby girl and family while on duty for the country, she cares for her child through video calling.
More than forty days have passed since Poonam was fed to the girl, in her lap, but in front of patriotism and duty, she continued to work for health services, not giving priority to the family.