This Policewoman Donated Blood To Save A Pregnant Woman’s Life Since The Blood Bank Was Out Of Stock. This Is So Awe-Inspiring
There is not one person in the world that is unaffected by coronavirus- directly or indirectly. Coronavirus has divided the earth’s population into three factions- the civilians (us), the infected and the guardians (the healthcare professionals and police). Yes, I do realise that what we are going through is not a fiction novel, though you have to admit it would be a pretty great read.
The moral of that story would be bravery. How brave we were to sit tight for months on end with all that uncertainty, how brave the patients were to fight such a deadly virus and obviously how brave the doctors, nurses and policemen were fighting with their sweat, blood and tears on the frontlines of this war. But the doctors, nurses and cops have done way more than just fighting this war, they have helped us fight it too.
I am sure you’ll have all read the stories of how doctors and nurses are dancing and cheering to keep their patient’s morale high through these grim times. And how the police are doing everything in their power to ensure our spirits are lifted. From celebrating birthdays of people living alone to helping pregnant women reach the hospital in time, they have outdone themselves during this crisis.
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Just today, I stumbled across yet another awe-inspiring incident in Uttarakhand of a policewoman saving the life of a pregnant woman by donating her blood. The woman was fighting for her life and needed a blood transfusion, but the blood bank was out of stock. That’s when 27-year-old Sub Inspector Nisha Panday from Uttarakhand’s Bageshwar Police Station rose to the occasion and saved this woman’s life.
The policewoman received a WhatsApp message about a B+ blood donation needed in urgency. When Nisha realised she was the same blood group she wasted no time in going to the hospital and donating blood. She told a publication that, “I got to know that a pregnant woman is admitted to the district hospital who had gone into labour but the doctor was refusing to deliver her baby until the bank could find blood matching her blood group. There was a risk in the delivery. So, I didn’t think of anything and just went to the hospital to check if she got the blood. I was told the donation hasn’t been made yet, so I decided to donate blood as I also have the same blood group.”
After Nisha’s donation, the woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy.
I am just so floored by her will to help out as much as possible. I mean, can we just take a moment to appreciate the amazing work that the police force all around the country has done? And I don’t just mean in their duties, they have gone out of their way to ensure all citizens are safe and comfortable. We ought to be so grateful to them.
When you have warriors like her, there is no need to worry!