CovidHero: A Tribute to the frontline warriors of Covid-19
Link for the website:https://this-is-aishwarya.github.io/CovidHero/index.html
A novel strain of coronavirus — SARS-CoV-2 — was first detected in December 2019 in Wuhan, a city in China’s Hubei province with a population of 11 million, after an outbreak of pneumonia without an obvious cause. The virus has now spread to over 200 countries and territories across the globe, and was characterised as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) .
- Medical Workers -We have doctors, nurses, pharmacists, paramedical staffs and lab technicians.
- Security Officers- We have police, security guards, relief officers in pandemic management.
- Farmers- We have farmers, airline workers, delivery boy, ambulance drivers, shop-owners and teachers.
About our heroes
Our heroes don’t wear capes, they wear masks and white coats; our heroes don’t fight monsters, they fight pandemics. The corona-virus pandemic outbreak has created panic all around the world. People are forced to stay indoors and are asked to follow social distancing. As you sit in front of your television screens, cribbing about being forcefully confined to your home because of the pandemic, there are heroes who have been fighting out there, with the brightest smiles on their faces.
Respect our Heroes
After witnessing these selfless services, every human would agree that our heroes are not those who jump floors on our screens but those who get out of their protective shelters to provide us with vegetables and groceries. Our heroes are not the ones who have superpowers but the ones who without any powers, are out there helping us during the pandemic outbreak. All the doctors, nurses, delivery boys and all other people who are helping us during this time need special applause. Even with millions in our accounts, we are incapable of paying for the kind of work they have been doing in this tough time. A salute, a clap, a few words of appreciation might not make much difference to you but it's sure to make a difference in the lives of those providing us essential services.