Aman said the last 10 months had put him in a lot of trouble. According to Aman, my family members were telling me to quit my job, but I continued to work.
Aman Khatri Corona era The worst time I saw while working at the crematorium. Hearing the cries of those who have lost their loved ones has shared the pain of leaving the family untimely and seeing the grim faces of people who could not see them properly at the last moment, but today they feel that something good will happen soon. Aman was also included in the team of health workers who received the corona vaccine on the first day of the first phase.
He was vaccinated against covid at Rajiv Gandhi Specialty Hospital, Delhi. Aman said the last 10 months had put him in a lot of trouble. According to Aman, my family members were telling me to quit my job, but I continued to work. People would see me and call the children on the street. People said you brought Corona. But after listening to everything in silence, he kept his mind on his work.
Aman said there was a greater risk of coronary heart disease while working in the mortuary. When he removed the PPE kit after working for an hour, everything seemed blurry. It was very difficult to explain to the families of those who died. Aman did not go home for months to keep the family safe. He said he was happy to receive the vaccine. Everyone should get this vaccine to keep the world safe.