Survival stories straight from the recovered Covid-19 patients

While there is an unprecedented rise of coronavirus cases across the globe, there are a few people who defeated the disease like a warrior. Now they are not just sharing their experience, but are also inspiring the world with their incredible hope and strength. These COVID-19 warriors are expressing their immense gratitude to the medical staff for looking after them.

Let’s delve into a few of these stories!

Diabetics need not be exceedingly worried: states a 51-year-old survivor

Gopi Krishna Agarwal, with diabetes and hypertension history has been restored to health in a hospital in Kolkata. During his quarantine, he made a point to keep his spirits high all through the treatment.


Medical experts have repeatedly conveyed that if diabetes is under control, a diabetic coronavirus patient can undeniably be treated just like any other COVID-19 patient.

62-year-old in Noida preaches optimism

What initiated with a persistent cough, was subsequently followed by breathlessness and fever. Upon her arrival from Denmark along with the rest of the family tested positive. They were declared to be the city’s second-biggest cluster with seven positive cases.


This woman became the first senior citizen in Noida to beat the disease. The immensely supportive medical staff and a positive mind were the two things that helped her in this tense period.

Be cautious: says Fateh Singh

35-year-old Fateh Singh from Punjab urges all to stay cautious of the disease. After his treatment at a civil hospital in Nawanshahr district, he was tested negative. In his inspiring video message, he asked everyone to maintain hygiene and dearly thanked the hospital staff.

This survivor fought the isolation blues with action movies and video calls to wife

A 29-year-old survivor from Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon was tested positive after he returned from the UK. He was able to spend his tense isolation happily owing to the hour-long video calls to wife and action movies binge.


New York survivor: “In my blood there may be answers”

Tiffany Pinckney, the first New Yorker to be recovered came forward to donate her blood to help treat others. She was extremely overwhelmed to know that her blood may have certain answers and may be of help to the researchers.

These stories are the only ray of hope in these dark times, let’s capitalize on them and be a responsible citizen! #StayHomeStaySafe

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