Six Corona Chamions share their stories

The total number of coronavirus cases in India mounted to 6,872 on Friday after fresh cases were reported in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tripura, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and other states. Out of the total number of confirmed positive cases in the country, 515 have been cured of the infection, according to the health ministry. India Today TV spoke to a few of the coronavirus survivors who shared their tales as a Covid-19 patient, the period of isolation and the life after. Read More

Police officer from Punjab shares her story

SHE GOT infected while on lockdown duty at Ludhiana city’s overcrowded Sabzi Mandi and her reporting head, Ludhiana ACP (north) Anil Kohli, with whom she had worked for over eight months, died of COVID-19. Serving as the station house officer (SHO) of Ludhiana’s Basti Jodhewal police station since August last year, Arshpreet Kaur Grewal (27) is now battling the coronavirus in isolation at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH), where she has been admitted since April 17. Recently, she tested negative but her second confirmatory test returned positive. But the officer, daughter of a retired assistant sub inspector (ASI) who also served Punjab Police, is not disheartened and says she will back on duty very soon after she makes a full recovery. Read More

Like regular fever, but take care of your mental health – Corona Champion

A Bengaluru man shared his experience of recovering from COVID-19. Venkata Raghava, who was infected with COVID-19, has fully recovered now. Raghava said that COVID-19 is like a regular viral fever and also informed that his entire family was tested negative. So far, India has recorded more than 1250 COVID-19 cases and over 30 deaths. India is under lockdown till April 14 to stop the spread of coronavirus. Read More