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One of the most important actions we can take to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe against #COVID19 is washing our hands and encouraging others to do as well.
The #coronavirus super villain is still out to get you!
You don’t need to run.
You don’t need to hide.
You don’t need to be scared.
All you need to do is WEAR A FACE MASK!
Priyaranjan loves to play cricket, skate and make JCB models from cardboard. He wants children with disabilities to have access to facilities to improve their skills.
As we cope and recover from #COVID19 , young people like Priyaranjan must remain a priority.
“I don't want to stop; I want to move on. Don't bind me, I want to be free,” says Hema, 17, from Bihar.
When we don’t do enough to offer skills to girls and boys equally, it can stop them from finding and fulfilling their potential.
This #WYSD2021 , let’s pledge to support and celebrate girls like Hema who are building their skills.
Losing his father made Swapnil realize that he wanted to help those in need.
He has supported more than 20 families with dry rations during #COVID19 and hopes others will follow his example.
“As an Indian, it’s my duty to help people, that is why I joined the COVID-19 task force and continue to do that till date” says trans hero Princess Khan.
Trangender heroes like Princess have been in the forefront during the fight against #COVID19 .
Let’s support and appreciate their efforts.
“I promised myself I won't let this pandemic turn me into some heartless creature.”
It was not easy for Maliha Fatima when her pregnant sister tested positive for #COVID19 and her uncle passed away from the disease. The stigma she felt during that time has made her more determined to be a source of hope and light in everyone’s lives.
The grief and distress around #COVID19 inspired Dhanushree to use her design skills to create awareness.
She hopes that all of us will step in and stop the spread of the pandemic.
“#COVID19 cases were rising in Lucknow, we were constantly trying to provide timely help, generating verified leads by physically going and verifying them,” says Abhimanu, 24, Uttar Pradesh.
Abhimanu and his friends took positive action during the pandemic by helping others.
This is the time to help each other #TogetherAgainstCOVID19 .
“People assume that young people don’t get it, but we definitely do. I am a living example.
Srividhya was not expecting to test positive for #COVID19 . From denial to acceptance, here’s how she coped on the road to recovery.
“I was able to pull through this phase by being mentally strong.”
Meet Geetanjali, a #COVID19 survivor from Gujarat.
She shares her journey with us and says getting diagnosed and treated early was key to her recovery.
“Before the pandemic, we used to move around and do our work, go to school and play with friends, but now the situation is different.”
Hemashri from Odisha misses her school and her friends a lot but is doing what she can to protect herself and her family from #COVID19 .