The World Health Day is praised and observed each year on April 7 to spread the mindfulness around keeping up great wellbeing and a decent way of life. The current year's World Health Day topic couldn't be increasingly well-suited as it is committed to respecting the inexhaustible work of attendants and birthing specialists over the globe.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, thousands and a large number of medical caretakers are abandoning their solace and security to battle the Covid-19 emergency and help those contaminated or associated with coronavirus.
On this day, the World Health Organization calls for individuals to expand their appreciation and bolster medical attendants and birthing specialists over the world. The WHO has named for the current year the 'Global Year of the Nurse and the Midwife'.
The World Health Organization, alongside its accomplices, will make a progression of suggestions to fortify the nursing and maternity care workforce around the world.
As indicated by the WHO, a reinforced workforce of medical attendants and birthing assistants is critical to guarantee that everybody gets the social insurance they need and for nations to accomplish their "national and worldwide targets identified with widespread wellbeing inclusion, maternal and kid wellbeing, irresistible and non-transmittable infections including emotional wellness, crisis readiness and reaction, understanding security and the conveyance of coordinated, individuals focused consideration, among others".
World Health Day comes this year when the whole globe is attempting to contain the spread of novel coronavirus. More than 1 million individuals have been tainted by the savage disease while more than 60,000 have lost their lives to COVID-19 contamination.
United Nations secretary-general, António Guterres, on Tuesday tweeted out on the event of World Health Day and said that it comes at a "troublesome time".
"World Health Day this year comes at a troublesome time for us all. We are more thankful than any other time in recent memory to the entirety of our wellbeing laborers battling the #COVID19 pandemic. You do right by us and you move us. We remain with you and we rely on you," Guterres said in a video message posted on his social media handles.
As the world community let's join hands and support our coronavirus warriors including nurses, pharmacists, junior doctors, doctors, and surgeons. We shall not give up in front of this outbreak and will win at any cost.