Srinagar: Director Health Services Kashmir, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather Monday felicitated two Covid warriors, both females, for their extraordinary and dedicated work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A spokesperson of Director Health Services Kashmir, said two Covid warriors namely Babli Rani, who is a government teacher and Tabasum Ara, a female multiple purpose worker (FMPHW).
The spokesman said Babli Rani, who is working as a government teacher, was deputed for Covid duty last year. Originally hailing from Jammu, she is posted at Wakura area of central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district.
Since she was deputed for Covid duty she has performed more than 10000 corona tests in the last one year. She works with the sampling team of Block Medical Officer (BMO) Wakura.
Since the Covid pandemic, she continuously stays here. Her work has been appreciated by the honorable Lieutenant Governor J&K, Manoj Sinha himself.
As per the spokesman, news about her performance was aired on national as well as local media.
Similarly, Tabasum Ara is working as FMPHW in district hospital Pulwama. She has been doing vaccination work and has been a part of the surveillance team. She has done more than 7000 vaccinations and has been going to far off places doing the surveillance work.
“She did not take even a single break. Her work has been appreciated by all including the top government officials,” the spokesman said. “She is an inspiration for health care workers.”
Both the Covid warriors were hailed and appreciated by Director Health Services Kashmir, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather in his office chamber at Bemina Srinagar.
The director has appreciated BMO Wakura, Dr Javid Ahmed Zargar and BMO Pulwama, Dr Irfana Gani and congratulated them for their excellent and dedicated work.
He said that the honorable Lieutenant Governor has instructed them to appreciate the exemplary work of health workers or Covid warriors during Covid-19 pandemic.
The director in his message said all the health care workers should continue their work with zeal and zest and whoever does good work would be appreciated in the due course of time.
The director has already instructed all the Chief Medical Officers and Block Medical Officers to appreciate such health care workers for their dedication and hard work at this point of time in the pandemic.