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Vaccinate 893 people in seven and a half hours; The Minister of Health congratulated the nurse in person


Highlight:

  • Vaccinate 893 people in seven and a half hours
  • Minister congratulates health worker
  • Respect to Puspalatha, Junior Public Health Nurse

Thiruvananthapuram: Health Minister Veena George met Pushpalatha, a junior public health nurse at Chengannur District Hospital, who vaccinated 893 people in seven and a half hours. The Minister honored Pushpalatha with a gold dress.

The minister said he wanted to see 893 people who had been vaccinated in seven and a half hours. The minister said that Pushpalatha had told him that he had got the job with great difficulty. Pushpalatha said on Facebook that the singer had learned to be a nurse with the support of her husband’s family.

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Minister Veena George said the health department has a large number of unidentified, unidentified and unidentified health workers. They are the ones who drive our system forward. The Minister said that he sees this as a tribute to all of them.

Health Minister Veena George’s Facebook post:

Pushpalatha, a junior public health nurse at Chengannur District Hospital, vaccinated 893 people in seven and a half hours. I wanted to go and see them the next day. Today I went to Chengannur District Hospital and saw them. Congratulations. A good teamwork is going on there. The team consists of JHIs Vineeth, Sreeraj, Sridevi, staff nurses Remya and Animol. Congratulations to them too.

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Pushpalatha said that he got the job with great difficulty. As a singer, she learned to be a nurse with the support of her husband’s family. Even after getting the job, that one sincerity continues. Along with this work, ward level work is also carried out without interruption. Pushpalatha said that one should not only get a job but also be willing to work. Along with this, Pushpalatha sang a song.

‘Words are not enough to describe God’s love
Life is not enough to say thank you
Love that saves in times of trouble
Is praise enough? ‘

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Pushpalatha’s eyes filled with tears as she sang so much. By then, there was a lot of applause and applause. The health department has a lot of health workers who suffer anonymously. They are the ones who drive our system forward. This is a tribute to all of them.

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