Doctors from across the world are being thanked for their selfless duties amidst the pandemic we are currently in. Over the days, you may have seen doctors being honoured with flowers and aaratis and much more.
In one similar incident, an Indian origin doctor named Uma Madhusudhan in the US was given a special drive-thru by her patients for her exceptional duty as a front-liner to help the country fight the virus.
As many as 100 cars of police officials, firefighters and neighbours drove past Uma’s house with play cards with a “Thank You” message on them.
Uma Madhusudhan originally hails from Mysuru, Karnataka and was in 1990 batch that graduated from JSS Medical College in Shivarathreeshwara Nagar.
The video was also shared by Karnataka MLA Dr Sudhakar K on Twitter. “Happy to share a video of Uma Madhusudhan, Mysuru origin Doctor in US being honoured in front of her house by grateful patients,” Sudhakar wrote. “It’s a beautiful sight of cars, police vehicles, fire trucks lining up in gratitude, waving & honking to say Thank you Dr Uma!”
The US has been the worst affected country by the wrath of coronavirus. As many as 40,000 people in the US have died of the virus and almost 742,442 have been found positive of the virus. The USA is the second country after Italy to be in such a grief state due to coronavirus.
Amazing Sir – thanks for sharing – so prod and feel good that our people always serve for good. Wish Dr Uma safe and pray for her— Gopal Chandavarapu (@gchandavarapu) April 21, 2020
Proud to say she is my sister!?— Vinay Prabhakar (@VinayPr005) April 21, 2020
But some r beating in india need to learn this gesture from that country— chetan mani ?? (@ChetanMani4) April 21, 2020