Emotive appeal by the first survivor of COVID 19 in Nawanshahr


Fight COVID-19 with Strong will power and adherence to precautionary measures , says Fateh Singh

Chandigarh/Nawanshahr, April 06 (Punjab Mail USA)- Fateh Singh (35), son of Baba Baldev Singh, the first victim of COVID-19 in Puniab, has successfully braved the trauma as well as the dreaded disease after being tested positive along with his family members for the COVID – 19 after the death of his father.

             After being recovered from the disease, the braveheart,Fateh Singh, has made an emotive appeal to the people of the state from the quarantine ward of the local civil hospital.

            He has urged the people to meticulously abide by the guidelines issued by the government, health department and the administration regarding precautionary and preventive measures to check spread of the epidemic.

            “Moreover, the strong will power as well as the faith in the Almighty God can help you to swim through the any untoward situation”, said Fateh Singh while sharing his experiences during treatment in the isolation ward.

             As he has faith in the Almighty God and the doctors and the staff of the local civil hospital, he  was sure that he and his family members would soon be recovered from the disease. Hence, don’t be panicky but keep yourself in high spirits and abide by the preventive measures, he further added .

            It is worthwhile to mention here that Fateh Singh S/O Baldev Singh R/O Pathlawa, had been diagnosed as Covid-19 Positive on 20th March and housed in the Isolation Ward of the District Hospital at Nawanshahar He was tested negative for COVID-19 on 4th April and again tested negative for the 2nd time on 5th April. Today he has been shifted out of the Isolation Ward housing all COVID-19 patients to the Quarantine Ward . Now, he will be discharged soon.

A person is declared cured aftet two samples taken a day apart test negative. Such persons no longer infect any one else. It is strongly appealed that cured persons should be welcomed back by communities and resume their day to day activities like any normal person.