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7/13/21

Health worker risks his life to get vaccinated and crosses a flowing river - watch heartbreaking video





Many videos often go viral on social media. There will be many videos that you will be scared to watch, but there are some videos that will win our hearts.


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 Then some videos are funny. While many videos are inspirational or instructive. That's when one such heartbreaking video went viral on social media. You too will be amazed to see this video.


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Many health workers have lost their lives in the fight against Covid-19. 


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Even then the spirit of the health workers is not broken. Even today health workers are working in the public interest in the same way they used to. 

Jenny's testimony is being given through this video which is rapidly going viral on social media. In this video, the team is crossing the river to conduct the Covid-19 vaccination campaign. So that people can be vaccinated in a timely manner and this battle of corona infection can be won.



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In the viral video, health workers are crossing the river in deep water in a fast flowing river and also holding each other's hands. It is being said about this video which is going viral that the health team is going to organize a vaccination camp in the remote village of Trarala in Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir. This video was made while crossing the river at the same time. Which has been shared by Dr. Iram Yasmin, in-charge of Trala Health Center.


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People are reacting differently to the video that is going viral on social media. The video is currently going viral on social media. Some are honoring the hard work of health workers and others are saying that the government has not been able to build roads or bridges to reach the villages even after 70 years of independence. Who will be responsible if something happens to these workers in the flowing water. Thanks to the hard work of these health workers in India, more than 370 million people have been vaccinated against corona so far and a rapid vaccination campaign is still underway to get more people vaccinated before the third wave of corona.

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