‘Some heroes don’t wear capes, we call them doctors’
This one-liner said by an anonymous person is something we all have felt at some point or the other in our lives. Indeed, doctors play a significant role in our lives. The absolute first and the last event of a human are both certified by doctors, in maternity hospitals and morgue. A doctor is a person with extensive knowledge in the domain of medical science, who applies and dedicates his knowledge to identify the medical problem faced by the patient and then uses his skill to prevent or cure it.
Doctors are treated as gods to humankind. But this gods are not immortal but they are as mortal as you and I are. In shocking news, an octogenarian doctor has lost his life in Mumbai while treating coronavirus patients. The Indian doctor from Saifee Hospital had tested positive for COVID-19. He died because he was suffering from diabetes ailment.
This doctor from the saifee hospital, has been identified as Behranwala, who was continuously treating patients suffering from COVID 19 despite a shortage of doctors and medical staff.
As per a statement from Saifee Hospital, he went through a CT scan at Saifee Hospital and was diagnosed positive for Covid-19. The surgeon was then kept under special isolation where he ultimately died. Behranwala’s close relatives had come down from England and were under quarantine.
During the time when Behranwala was confirmed positive with the covid-19 virus, a statement from Saifee hospital said, “All containment and surveillance measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of our staff patients and visitors. Saifee Hospital reiterates that the Hospital is fully operational”.
The world doctors and scientists are coming together to treat and cure the corona virus victims and are trying their level best to stop it from spreading further.
Dr. Behranwala contributed a lot to the human society even in the last days of his life. He would forever be treated as a martyr, a in a white uniform. Lets pray for the departed soul and contribute to the nation by staying home and staying safe.