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2021-05-21T13:52:04+05:30

Sukhdeep Means Deeply Happy

He was just 20 days old when he tested positive for COVID-19, and it took infant Sukhdeep Singh 10 more days to defeat the virus—becoming probably one of India’s youngest Covid survivors. Whoops of joy rang out when Sukhdeep was discharged from the Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences in Jalandhar. The parents—both negative—couldn’t believe their baby was infected. The couple from Kapurthala thanked the doctors and nurses for bringing their baby back from the clutches of death. “Doctoran ne usda bahut khayal rakheya (The doctors cared a lot),” the baby’s grandmother said.


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