Bhubaneswar: As Covid pandemic sweeps across Odisha unleashing unimaginable crisis, humanity has waged a relentless war against the disease to sustain its life and livelihood like never before.
In Odisha, where the second wave of the pandemic has caused a huge setback, people have become witness to incidents of indifferences to irregularities. But despite all this, service to humanity tops all the tales.
OTV takes look at the two unique pictures of exemplary dedication and selfless service from Berhampur MKCG Hospital and Bonda Ghati in Malkangiri.
In the first incident, take the example of Rashmi Rekha Biswal of Kendrapara. After contracting Covid-19 she has been undergoing treatment at Berhampur MKCG Covid Hospital 2 where she is battling for survival against the virus infection. But she has never felt even a pinch of loneliness at the hospital. From combing and oiling her hair, she has recieved home-like love and care from none other than the nurses on duty at the medical.
One more patient who also feels blessed for having a godsend besides him in this moment of crisis is Ghanshyam Sahu, a resident of Ambapua area in Ganjam district. A few days ago, a ruffled sickened look on his face, he now sports a confident clean look thanks to the doctors at the hospital.
Berhampur MKCG has two medicals with a total bed strength 470 where nurses and doctors like Sibani Das and Dr Nihar Sahu are making a name of themselves as true angels with unwavering service to the patients without caring for their own life and safety. Thanks to their efforts, now patients in the hospital don't have to worry for their food, medicines and other help care they need any moment of the day.
Not only this, take another example from the cut-off area of Bonda Ghati in Malkangiri. A region which lacks proper mode of communication, Bonda ghati now sports a new asset of atmanirbharta, an all-weather bullet ambulance which can cater to any emergency needs of pregnant women, children, elderly.