Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday wrote to the 21,752 “COVID Yoddhas” who responded to his name to render service to fight the novel coronavirus outbreak, telling them their transfer had given him power.
He mentioned the work they might do within the battle in opposition to the outbreak could be service in direction of God and nation. “You’ve got joined the battle as a soldier together with every citizen of the state. With you becoming a member of the battle, I get power,” Mr Thackeray mentioned within the letter.
Of the 21,752 individuals who responded to Mr Thackeray’s name to affix the battle as “COVID yoddhas”, or warriors in opposition to the COVID-19 outbreak, as many as 12,203 are from the medical career, like medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics, ward boys, lab technicians, a number of of whom expressed
willingness to be posted within the state’s purple zones.
Those that have responded additionally embrace academics, safety guards, social employees and others from non-medical fields, their numbers totaling 9,649, a press release from the chief minister’s workplace (CMO) mentioned.
“As many as 3,716 have proven readiness to work within the purple zones. In Mumbai, 3,766 functions have been acquired, out of which 1785 are from the medical discipline. They’ve expressed readiness to work within the jumbo COVID amenities being created within the metropolis,” it added.
Mr Thackeray expressed gratitude by writing to them personally.