Berhampur: As the second wave of coronavirus has been spreading fast, the Ganjam administration is leaving no stone unturned to keep the district safe from the dangerous virus. The district, which has successfully fought the battle against the coronavirus in the first wave last year, is fully prepared itself to prevent the virus spread.
Amidst this, a doctor at Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati Medical College and Hospital (MKCG MCH), Berhampur has set example for others for his high professional commitment and responsibility at this emergency situation.
Dr Nihar Ranjan Sahoo, Asst. Prof. of MKCG MCH has returned to COVID duty in less than 24 hours of his father’s death.
Prof. Sahoo joined back in duty at MKCG DCH within a day after the death of his father Nishakar Sahoo.
For his exemplary show of courage and dedication, the MKCG doctor has received appreciation from all.
Ganjam Collector Vijay Amruta Kulange has praised the commitment of Dr Nihar Ranjan Sahoo.
We appreciate the commitment of Dr Nihar Ranjan Sahoo, Asst. Prof. of MKCGMCH for having joined back in COVID duty at MKCG DCH within a day after the demise of his father Shri. Nishakar Sahoo.. Team Ganjam ?@CMO_Odisha @HFWOdisha pic.twitter.com/g0Pcu50PRj
— Collector & District Magistrate, Ganjam (@Ganjam_Admin) May 2, 2021