India’s Fight Against COVID-19 (The Success Story)

-- Amalya Abhilaja, VII-G, Indian Central School

Monday, January 9, 2023

COVID-19, a pandemic situation in which the whole world was inverted, but there was a country that had experienced many great struggles and we call it India. So COVID-19 is one of the struggle that India has faced.

Although it’s a diversified country but united to face all the achievements as well as struggles. So, we call this country ‘Unity in Diversity’.

The first cases of COVID-19 in India were reported on 30 January 2020 in three towns of Kerala. But the Indian government took sudden action and immediately announced lockdowns in Kerala on 23rd March. And all the Indians supported each other as well as many Indian film actors contributed money to the fund of Prime Minister.

They took hundreds of safety precautions to keep the country safe and also reduced the price of face masks, sanitizers and all other required cleaning supplies.

Actually India is a huge populated country and very difficult to handle but all people started to help each other which leads to the success of our country.

Thousands died without getting oxygen and due to the lack of oxygen cylinders in hospitals but many companies agreed to provide oxygen cylinders.

With co-operation and dedication, India succeeded many things and achievements. Similarly, COVID-19 was such a case where India have to be co-operative and dedicated to throw out COVID from our nation.

“I am proud to be an Indian.”

Amalya Abhilaja, VII-G,Indian Central School

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