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Well Said Doctor: PM Modi retweets AIIMS doctor's appeal on coronavirus
New Delhi: An Aiims doctor's appeal on the social media website Twitter, appealing the general public to stay at home amidst the coronavirus outbreak, found the appreciation of Prime Minister Modi, as the PM was seen retweeting his message Prime Minister Narendra Modi praise the AIIMS doctor who posted a picture of himself with a message urging people to stay at home amid the...
New Delhi: An Aiims doctor's appeal on the social media website Twitter, appealing the general public to stay at home amidst the coronavirus outbreak, found the appreciation of Prime Minister Modi, as the PM was seen retweeting his message
Prime Minister Narendra Modi praise the AIIMS doctor who posted a picture of himself with a message urging people to stay at home amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
His picture soon went viral on social media where he was seen holding a placard saying, "I stayed at work for you", "You stay at home for us"
The pics message was resonated by the PM
"Well said, Doctor! Also a shout-out to all those working to make our planet safer and healthier. No words will ever do justice to their exceptional efforts."
Doctors and other healthcare workers are at the forefront in India's battle against coronavirus, and while the entire country and all its business are going under a completely lockdown, medical services continue to operate with double capacity.
Besides praising the doctor, Prime Minister also replied to some other tweets. However, one of the most prominent was his reply to a tweet of Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.
Patnaik tweeted: "I have registered my sister's details in the Government portal for persons coming from abroad. I appeal all of you to also register details about your family members and friends coming from abroad. This will help protect Odisha from CoronaVirus."
To which PM Modi replied, "Setting a great example, Chief Minister!"
"I hope others also emulate Naveen Babu. We all can do our bit in preventing the spread of COVID-19," he added.
Of the total 152 confirmed cases reported from India, 14 people have been cured and discharged from the hospital while three lost their lives.
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