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Capt Amarinder boosts morale via Coronavirus survivor child clip – Watch Video

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Chandigarh, May 16, 2020-

In a morale boosting initiative of the frontline Covid-19 warriors, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh shared a video clip of a two-and-a-half-year-old girl who defeated coronavirus and was discharged from a hospital in Patiala city.

The 28-second clip shows the girl receiving flowers.

Expressing gratitude, her mother sang a poem, “Doctor, doctor how do you do. We are here to say you thank you.”

“You are great and next to god. We love you a lot, thank you,” she said. In the end, the girl too expressed gratitude by saying: “Thank you.”

“Happy to share a short video of a young Covid-19 patient, aged 2.5 years, at the time of her discharge from Rajindra Hospital, Patiala. Heartening to see affirmation of their trust in our doctors and healthcare staff. I am sure it will motivate all of us!,” said the tweet by the Chief Minister.  (Agency)

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