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Lively Quarantine: See What Indian Doctors Are Doing With COVID-19 Patients In The Isolation Center

Lively Quarantine: See What Indian Doctors Are Doing With COVID-19 Patients In The Isolation Center

In fact, I heartily appreciate all healthcare professionals across the globe for their memorable, tremendously, and protecting effort to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus by all possible means.

In addition, my heartfelt kind to some Indian doctors whose pictures surfaced online putting on personal protective equipment (PPE) outfits and giving instructions to the COVID-19 victims while performing yoga together in their care center as yoga is considered one of the best six doctors which are rest, water, fasting, raw foods, and meditation.

The isolation center was transformed from the previous Commonwealth Games (CWG) Athletes' Village sports complex in Delhi. Meanwhile, Delhi along with Chennai, Pune, Mumbai, and Bangalore are encountering rapid reports of coronavirus cases in their communities.

However, the doctors did that activity to help withdraw any form of boredom, loneliness, depression, and daydreaming from the patients' psyches as there might be some victims who go into yoga whenever they felt vacant. Moreover, yoga can provide better therapy from the doctor, it all requires the motivation to be exercised every day. 

These are the photos of the Indian doctors practicing yoga with COVID-19 patients in the isolation center below;

(All pictures above are credits of CGTN)

Since we are talking about Yoga, you can also see how various Indian people do their yoga practices in different poses;

What do you think about doctors' activity with their patients?

Do you think yoga practice can really save them from boredom and solitude?

Have you ever done yoga as an African?

Kindly drop your opinions in the comment sections below.

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