The efforts of sanitation workers across India, in the war against COVID-19, is highly underrated yet leading the way with their Wednesday wisdom are the citizens of Nabha, Punjab who were seen celebrating their frontline heros with much fervour. Coming out on their rooftop and balconies, the citizens were seen showering the sanitation workers with flower petals and it is the best thing currently trending on the Internet today. Also Read - Farm Bills 2020: Farmers' Body Announces 'Rail Roko' Stir From Sept 24; Harsimrat's Resignation Accepted, Tomar Given Additional Charge
Taking to his handle on the micro-blogging site, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh tweeted the heart-warming video. Featuring two sanitation workers on the street below, the citizens were seen enthusiastically clapping, cheering and showering them with flower petals as they pushed their cart collecting garbage. Not only this but a man wearing a mask even stepped out of his house to garland them. Captain Amarinder Singh captioned it, “Pleased to see the applause & affection showered by people of Nabha on the sanitation worker. It’s heartening to note how adversity is bringing out the intrinsic goodness in all of us. Let’s keep it up & cheer our frontline warriors in this War Against #Covid19 (sic).” Also Read - Lok Sabha Passes Three Farmer Ordinances Amid Dramatic Protests by Congress, SAD | All You Need to Know
In India the total number of COVID-19 positive cases has gone up to 1,400 and an escalation is further expected. More than 35 people have died of viral infection, while 124 people have recovered from it. The confirmed cases of COVID-19, worldwide, are more than 800,000. The shortage of masks and other safety gears has put much pressure on the countries apart from the stress to come up with a vaccine that can aid in treating the pandemic.