Doctors are a blessing in disguise. The coronavirus outbreak is giving us more and more reasons every day, to respect them.
Like this picture shared on Twitter by a journalist.
It speaks a thousand words about the doctors who are giving their all towards the nation’s fight against COVID-19.
As per the tweet, relatives of this patient couldn’t come to see him in the hospital, so the doctor attending him fed him. The doctor in the picture is Dr. Georgi Abraham, a senior Nephrologist at Madras Medical Mission.
As relatives of a patient couldn’t come, a doctor (Georgi Abraham, a senior Nephrologist of Madras Medical Mission) is feeding his patient. This is MEDICINE. #AmidstLockdown pic.twitter.com/W7xE4G31fi— Arun Janardhanan (@arunjei) April 4, 2020
The picture is garnering a lot of affection and love on social media, with people comparing the doctor to God.
was looking for one good news.— Andava (@Andava2) April 4, 2020
I know this Doc although not personally . A Very Good And Humble Doctor!!! Even during his Time At The Hospital, He Hops In To The Church To Pray and Gets Back To His Duty!!!!— Biju Varghese (@chennaitealways) April 4, 2020
All the doctors in Madras Medical Mission are gems. That institute is a treasure.— Sumirti (@sumirti) April 4, 2020
He fed my wife too in January, when she couldn’t eat much. He fed her a full fruit, and waited till she ate all. Amazing doctor, one of a kind. So what if somebody took a photo from the press. Don’t look everything with a religious bend of mind.— Raj Rabindran (@RajRavin) April 4, 2020
May God reward him immensely for his selfless service. Ameen— Mohd. Abdul Sattar (@SattarFarooqui) April 4, 2020
You quite rightly said. He is filled with so much positivity. He is a living god. 🙏— Mutu Srinivasan (@Mutu_Srinivasan) April 4, 2020
That’s why Doctor’s are revered as God . 🙏— Venkat Pv (@VenkatPv1) April 4, 2020
Respect. The kind of positive and humanitarian gesture we must see very often.— soulwhite (@soulanhart) April 4, 2020
Kind and affectionate, doctors deserve all our respect and gratitude, especially in this time of crisis.