Inspiring Story of Corona Warrior of Chandigarh – Bypassing the age limit in fulfilling the duty .. played every responsibility well


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57-year-old Anil Arthur of Chandigarh did not let go of the opportunity to prove himself and show honesty to his duty in the Corona era. Anil, a senior lab technician at GMSH-16, Chandigarh, carried out every responsibility on the front line bypassing his age limit during Kovid-19. On the strength of his experience, hard work and perseverance, he examined more than 50,000 suspected patients of Corona in the hospital’s Kovid-19 Lab.

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PPE kit also suffocates
In the initial phase, it was decided to create a separate lab in GMSH-16, due to the sudden increase in the number of positive cases. Then a team of 20 technicians was given the responsibility under Anil’s supervision. His team examined Kovid-19 patients day and night. Anil said that it was very difficult to work in the summer of May-June wearing a PPE kit. The kit had to work continuously for several hours amid the suffocation. But there was no lack of emotion in any problem.

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Sample of investigation by going to the hot spot itself
At the time when the corona was at the peak of the city, Anil visited the hotspots like Bapudham and sampled the suspects. Anil says that if he would have backed out during that time, then the rest of the technicians working under his leadership would also have lost their morale. So he worked on every front by moving forward.

Strength gained from every member of the family
Anil says that he got the strength to prove himself by going beyond every member of his family. Anil’s mother is a retired staff nurse while his wife Reena is posted as Senior Nursing Officer in the PGI Pediatric Department. Daughter Allen is nursing and son Amos is a technician in a hospital in Canada.

57-year-old Anil Arthur of Chandigarh did not let go of the opportunity to prove himself and show honesty to his duty in the Corona era. Anil, a senior lab technician at GMSH-16, Chandigarh, carried out every responsibility on the front line bypassing his age limit during Kovid-19. On the strength of his experience, hard work and perseverance, he examined more than 50,000 suspected patients of Corona in the hospital’s Kovid-19 Lab.

ALSO READ – Corona Warrior: Duty was taken to collect corona samples, dentist did one day and night in service

PPE kit also suffocates

In the initial phase, it was decided to create a separate lab in GMSH-16, due to the sudden increase in the number of positive cases. Then a team of 20 technicians was given the responsibility under Anil’s supervision. His team examined Kovid-19 patients day and night. Anil said that it was very difficult to work in the summer of May-June wearing a PPE kit. The kit had to work continuously for several hours amid the suffocation. But there was no lack of emotion in any problem.

Also read – Corona Warrior Dr. Prasad, who performed the surgery for the first infected patient in Chandigarh

Sample of investigation by going to the hot spot itself

At the time when the corona was at the peak of the city, Anil visited the hotspots like Bapudham and sampled the suspects. Anil says that if he would have backed out during that time, then the rest of the technicians working under his leadership would also have lost their morale. So he worked on every front by moving forward.

Strength gained from every member of the family

Anil says that he got the strength to prove himself by going beyond every member of his family. Anil’s mother is a retired staff nurse while his wife Reena is posted as Senior Nursing Officer in the PGI Pediatric Department. Daughter Allen is nursing and son Amos is a technician in a hospital in Canada.


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