A doctor at JP Hospital in Bhopal lives out of his car to keep his family safe
- Medical staff — doctors and nurses — are not just saving lives in the hospital but are also making sure they don’t spread the virus to their family members.
- Dr Sachin Nayak who is treating Coronavirus patients at the JP Hospital in Bhopal has been living out of his car after work, so as to prevent infecting his family.
- Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took to Twitter to laud the efforts of the warriors. “Sachin ji, salute your spirit,” he said.
- Total infections in Bhopal, which is one of the hotspots of Coronavirus outbreak, rose to 94, as on April 9.
Dr Sachin Nayak, treating Coronavirus patients at the JP Hospital in Bhopal is one such. To make sure his family stays safe, Nayak has been living out of his car after work. His family includes his wife and child.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also took to Twitter to laud the efforts of the warriors. “Sachin ji, salute your spirit,” Chouhan said.
आप जैसे #COVID19 के विरुद्ध युद्ध लड़ रहे योद्धाओं का मैं और सम्पूर्ण मध्यप्रदेश अभिनन्दन करता है। इसी संकल्प के सा… https://t.co/5h9xGrq2y3— Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) 1586244925000
After finishing work, Nayak directly goes to his car, which is parked near the hospital. His essentials and books have been stocked up in there. It's been a week that he is living there and interacts with his family only via video calls.
Total infections in Bhopal, which is one of the hotspots of Coronavirus outbreak, rose to 94, as on April 9. Nine fresh cases were reported in the city in the last 24 hours.
Chouhan said that the state government has now decided to completely seal Indore, Bhopal and Ujjain to keep a check on the chain transmission of the disease.
"The district administration should ensure the supply of essential commodities in these areas. No person will be able to go in and out of these areas. Services of all government departments and their resources should be taken in for coronavirus related work," he added.
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