'We lost him to Covid that he contracted in 2020': Journalist shares ALARMING ordeal of 'death'

New Delhi:

India is witnessing a decline in Covid-19 cases and according to many ones, the pandemic is over. Many people in India also think that the infection is not so deadly now and it has become the normal flu. But the reality is something very different and scary. Renowned Journalist and film critic Anna MM Vetticad recently shared her personal grief which is enough to tell the frightening impact of coronavirus. Anna’s cousin lost her son to Covid which he contracted in 2020 and never recovered from. Anna says that before contracting with Covid, her relative was a healthy man. 

Taking to Twitter, Anna wrote, “My cousin just lost her son to #COVID that he contracted in 2020 and never recovered from. He had been terribly ill and declining for 2 years. He was a doctor, a father, a husband, a son. Before he got #COVID, he was also a healthy man in his 40s.”

Anna further stated that it has been wrongly assumed that the pandemic is over and it is less deadly now. “I’m sharing this here because I see people getting careless as the authorities in India gradually ease #COVID-related curbs, even as cases rise in some countries. How fast the Indian public has forgotten the devastation caused by the 2nd wave last year! #CovidIsNotOver” Anna said. 

Anna also cautioned people about taking the pandemic lightly and requested everyone to be responsible and use masks while stepping out of the house and follow all safety precautions.

Meanwhile, India reported 1,033 new COVID -19 cases in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare informed on Thursday. With the new cases, the active caseload stands at 11,639 which accounts for 0.03 per cent of the country’s total positive cases. Meanwhile, 1,222 patients recovered from the disease in the last 24 hours taking the total recoveries to 4,24,98,789.


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