Lockdown made us all realize the possibility of a dystopian future not really far away. While we kept ourselves busy at home, cooking, binge-watching shows, keeping ourselves active on social media, and spending quality time with our families, there were some real-life heroes and Corona Warriors who stepped outside the safety of their homes. It was for these brave humans that we felt safe and sound. Our policemen, cleaners, disinfecting teams, doctors, and nurses kept the show running while all of us were quarantined into safety.
A lot many videos and messages have been made to show our obligation, gratitude, and heartfelt appreciation for these heroes. While many of us lived in complete warmth and care of our family members, many others were stranded on the streets. The situation of migrant workers, poor laborers, homeless and sick people went from bad to worse during the lockdown. During these tough times, our real heroes displayed immense humanity by helping those in need. Here are some moving videos of policemen, doctors, actors, and even common people who went out of their way to help those in need. They made the right use of their power, knowledge, and influence.
1 Coronavirus: Bengaluru cops feed the poor amid lockdown
In a moving gesture, the policemen and policewomen of Bengaluru distributed food and sanitization products to the poor and needy.
2 As the poor starve in Assam amid lockdown, NGOs, police extend a helping hand
Some good Samaritans of the Khalsa Centre North East reached out to feed the slum dwellers in Guwahati.
3 RPF cops prepare, distribute food among destitute in Patna
In a humanitarian gesture, Khichdi, biscuits and water bottles were distributed among the poor people residing around the Patna Junction by RPF personnel of East Central Railway (ECR)
4 Sonu Sood airlifts 177 migrant workers stuck in Kerala
Sonu Sood arranged a special flight for 177 migrant workers who were stranded in Kerala since the lockdown. He arranged for them to travel back to their hometowns in Orissa.
5 Three-year-old daughter crying for her nurse mother in Belagavi
A video clip of a nurse in quarantine and her three-year-old daughter crying for being unable to go near her mother and embrace her went viral on social media on Wednesday. The child’s father had brought her to the hospital where she could see her mother from a distance
6 Lockdown 3.0: Cops help woman give birth after her vehicle breaks down in Jodhpur