Coronavirus Mumbai: When a month-old baby defeated COVID-19

ST Staff
Thursday, 28 May 2020

A 36-day-old baby in Mumbai has won the battle against the novel COVID-19. Surely, this will give you a 'ray of hope' in the fight against the pandemic

During difficult times of coronavirus pandemic, some stories around the world are coming out as a ray of hope for a better tomorrow. One such story is from Mumbai which has been badly hit by the infection but this tale will surely make you smile and will you give a hope.

A 36-day-old baby in Mumbai has won the battle against the novel COVID-19. The baby, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, has fully recovered.

In a noble gesture, the healthcare staff along with the doctors gave a big round of applause to the little warrior and the mother at the Sion Hospital.

The official Twitter handle of the Chief Minister of Maharashtra uploaded a video of the moment.

The caption reads, "For people of Maharashtra, age is no bar when it comes to putting up a fight. 36-day-old baby recovered from Covid-19 at Sion Hospital in Mumbai. Kudos to the team of doctors, nurses & ward boys.”

Also, Aaditya Thackeray, Tourism Minister of the state retweeted the video on his Twitter handle.

The video has garnered over three lakh views ever since it was making a buzz on the social media. Netizens were happy with the news of the little warrior defeating the novel infection. Many flooded the comments section and said it as ‘ray of hope’, whereas many also praised the tireless service of healthcare staff amid the outbreak.

Meanwhile, Maharashtra is the worst-hit state in the country with over 55,000 coronavirus cases reported whereas Mumbai which is the epicentre of the virus in the state has reported over 32,000.



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