Jalandhar, September 18
Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Vishesh Sarangal, who got infected with coronavirus in line of duty as frontline warrior on September 1, resumed his duty on Friday after a gap of 17-days.
On his arrival at his office, Sarangal on Friday held a meeting with officials of his department and later listened to the problems of the people.
During quarantine period of 17 days, Sarangal continued his duty as usual through mobile or video calls including ensuring the proper arrangement of beds in the Covid hospitals, ensuring round-the-clock availability of ventilators for them.
Sharing his experience in the fight against Covid, he said that he immediately went into isolation on September 1 and strictly adhered to the medical protocols in the quarantine period and successfully recovered from the symptoms of Covid.
He said that he continued to monitor the progress of Covid management strategy in Jalandhar and even boosted the morale of others to continue to work hard till the victory over the contagion. He said that he was in regular touch with the officers and keeping a close vigil on the situation.
He said self-control, staying positive and motivated all the time helped in speedy recovery, besides few yoga exercises helped in raising the immunity.
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