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World celebrates nurses & other health workers fighting COVID-19 on World Health Day

While the sombre of sickness and the anxiety of the Coronavirus pandemic overshadows the world, April 7 marks the celebration of World Health Day a campaign globally recognized and sponsored by 193 World Health Organization (WHO) country members with an aim to invest efforts and ensure that this day is observed worldwide by all government and non-government health organizations to focus on promoting healthy lifestyle habits to increase cleanliness, better standard of living and life expectancy of masses across the globe.

Activities, Pledges, Conferences and Support Plans are conducted primarily on this day focussing on universal health coverage and universal health related issues.

Since the year 1995, Every year an annual theme is selected to mark the celebration of the World Health Day which highlights that particular years priority area of concern.

To show honour, appreciation and support to the brave frontline workers fighting an all-out battle against the Coronavirus pandemic, The tagline for this World Health Day 2020 is: Support nurses and midwives.

This World Health Day marks the profound contribution of the undervalued heroes of the Coronavirus crisis, the frontline health care workers around the globe who are shunning all fears and terrors of the Coronavirus pandemic and dedicatedly serving the ailing humanity in a time of mounting catastrophe.

Therefore, this World Health Day is THANK YOU to  to the paramedics, midwives, nurses, doctors and the entire health care team who have dared to strike and fight the battle against Coronavirus standing as frontline troops defending the whole of humanity.

While the World Health Day may just be one day of celebrating health, but it is must be that day which needs to remind us of the importance of health as something that needs to be a part of everything we do.

Because as said “More Wellness is Less Stress”

 

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