WATCH: This Doctor Is Ready To Kill Coronavirus With 'Commando Kicks'

WATCH: This Doctor Is Ready To Kill Coronavirus With ‘Commando Kicks’

pakistani doctor fighting coronavirus

Doctors globally are working day and night to fight the ongoing pandemic. They deserve a lot of appreciation for their dedicated services. Even in this crucial situation, many doctors are giving us some motivation goals to face this challenge.

We recently come across a video of a Pakistani doctor who is giving useful tips to prevent coronavirus. Surprisingly, he also showed his funny side in the video where he danced off the ongoing pandemic.

Although, some people are trolling the doctor on social media. However, in this time of turmoil, these doctors have proven to be the real rockstars and heroes. Doctors, nurses, and other medical staff are doing everything possible to curb the threat of COVID-19.

Probably, we will never be able to truly put it into words just how grateful we are for people in the medical field.

On the other hand, while we keep sharing the struggle faced by doctors across the globe. Our Pakistani doctors are also on the frontline and risking their lives for humanity.

Take a look at this paramedic staff who after a long working hour, started to bleed once she removed her safety gear.

Pakistani doctors facing difficulties daily

However, on a serious note, many people think that Pakistan has moved closer to a countrywide curfew in an attempt to control the accelerating spread of coronavirus cases across the country. Pakistani authorities are racing to secure supplies and hospital space in case numbers of COVID-19 patients continue to rise.

The medical staff is also in a dire need of protective gear as they face the pandemic on the frontline. Hundreds of doctors and paramedics have been protesting every few days against what they said was a failure by the government to deliver promised supplies.

Pakistan’s death toll from the coronavirus rose to over 70 after five more patients lost their lives in the last 24 hours. The total number of confirmed cases surged to 4,788 with 190 new cases reported.

 

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