Pakistan’s most sought out singer, Atif Aslam took it to his Instagram to express gratitude for the people of the nation who are fighting the deadly coronavirus vigorously day and night to save lives of people in Pakistan.
In his message, Atif is thanking the paramedics, doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, government and official authorities, cleaners, and those producing, delivering, and selling food during times when their job is the most demanding and risky.
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These are the people out of their houses every single morning risking their lives for us so we have all the help we need to survive the most uncertain time of our lives. Atif urges you to be kind and generous to those around you and look after those who have been hit the hardest by this crisis.
To the ONES fighting. Stay strong
I am aware that we are living in what is perhaps the most confusing and uncertain time of our lives, but let’s take a moment to thank all those heroes who are ensuring our safety right now.
Thank you to the paramedics, doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers who are tirelessly and fearlessly working at the frontline of this crisis, risking their own health every second.
Thank you to the cleaners whose work is literally saving lives everywhere around the world.
Thank you to those producing, delivering, and selling food during times when their job is the most demanding it has ever been.
Thank you to the government and official authorities who are faced with some of the most challenging decisions in these unprecedented times. They have to make choices – about situations no one in the world is sure about – knowing the entire responsibility of the consequences lies on their shoulders.
Thank you to the army for helping maintain order and discipline in this time of panic and chaos, and for always ensuring the best of the country.
And thank you to every single person who is paying heed to the given directives: staying inside their home, being hygienic, staying calm, and responsibly playing their role in fighting this pandemic.
Most importantly, This is a true test of our compassion. We should be thankful to Allah for every blessing that we have.
Be kind and generous to those around you and look after those who have been hit the hardest by this crisis.
According to Dawn, there have been 1118 people tested positive for the virus as yet in Pakistan with Sindh and Punjab with most cases.
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