There have been many stories about health workers like doctors and nurses being mistreated because they have been dealing with people suffering from coronavirus. From being pelted with stones to being denied even a burial spot, these stories have been very disheartening to hear. Also Read - Coronavirus Getting you Down? Watch How Assam Police Beat The Stress With Bihu Dance

Luckily at some places humanity still thrives, where people have recognised the work these care givers and life savers do along with the risks they take to save lives. These people have gone out of their way to show their appreciation for them, and one such person who was accorded an overwhelming thank you in the US was Dr Uma Madhusudan from Mysuru. Also Read - Stuff of Nightmares: No Need to Travel as Museums Share Their Creepiest Exhibits Online



A video of the incident was shared on Twitter and Facebook, and it showed Dr Uma Madhusudan standing on the lawn of her residence waving as around 200 cars, including police vehicles and fire tenders, drove past honking their thanks. Also Read - No Travel Due to COVID-19? Then Virtually Visit Museums World Over From The Comfort of Your Home



The post has got a good number of likes and retweets, and most have not hesitated to voice their opinions about the situation that doctors, nurses and health care providers face in India.

In India, the death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 652 and the number of cases climbed to 20,471 on Wednesday.