The times they are a changing…April 22, 2020
The times they are a changing
The times they are a changing, is a classic song composed and sung by the great Bob Dylan, the American Singer & song writer. The lyrics in the song includes the line, “Don’t criticize what you don’t understand…” The unprecedented events happening around the world is very sad and unreal. In addition to this confusion, people dying in huge numbers from each country everyday adds to the woes.
Moreover, looking at what is happening now around the world, it is unbelievable. Because, the.numbers from Europe and the US alone is alarming, not to mention the numbers have crossed one hundred thousand! Is it by far the worst case scenario ever?
Did anyone ever imagine even in their wildest of dreams that such a thing would happen? No one expected COVID19 to cause such havoc in the world, in the shortest time. Actually, it is difficult to believe. So much so, the virus has the entire medical fraternity up and running in emergencies. They provide noble service even at the cost of their own safety. We salute them and pledge to support them in whatever way we can.
The new equation
Surprisingly, India with a population of more than 135 crores, has reported the least number of victims due to Covid-19 fatalities. India has demonstrated her resilience and efficiency in combating this deadly virus effectively. Kudos to the doctors and nurses of India! We salute you with respect and love mixed with our gratitude.
WHO has recommended that we keep a safe distance between one another when interacting in unavoidable situations like buying from shops or having to interact with someone in some way. Stay at home is the simple mantra to follow to defeat the corona. We have demonstrated that in spite of being poor and underdeveloped, we can adopt the strategy outline by the Government, even if it means being deprived of livelihood!
Solidarity with our European and US brothers and sisters
we Indians have a humble request to you all. Please stay at home and help the medical authorities to wage a ceaseless and successful battle with this deadly virus. We respect the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) which are like the bible for us Indians.
We Indians request you humbly to stay at home and help curb the spread of the virus. Stay at home, stay safe and defeat the spread of this invisible enemy of humanity.
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