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Jyothi bairapaka

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LIVING GODS'

LIVING GODS'

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Survival of the fittest


This is the situation of the Government hospitals in my city.


One day I visited for the consultation of my dad who is very sick and want to be tested for Covid 19.


The hospital is flooded with people some of them are waiting for consultation of doctor but no one was present, some were waiting for testing but which was not started yet, some are so sick waiting to get admitted in the hospital , some are eagerly waiting to visit their loved ones as it is the visiting time , some are weeping as they lost their loved ones . It was a hell .


Every emotion of people present their was so true everyone had only one common word "please my lord save us" irrespective of their religion.


My heart exalted , had a thought that we would have prepared ourselves in a good way to face this pandemic. It's not only the mistake of the government but also the mistake of the each and every person .


My heart bleeded that being a health professional I am not able to provide my services , I wished I could help atleast some of them.


My heart mourned in silence .


I felt that it's better to pray to the living gods' who are the health care professionals , whose work is the only source of living .


Recognising the bell , I took my father to the doc , he advised for testing. Then I took my father to the lab where he got tested and result was negative , it was a great relief .


I left the place wishing everyone present over there to be safe and cured .



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