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Indian Olympic and Paralympic Heroes Support MOHFW to Promote #COVIDSafeFestivities

As the festival season is about to begin in India, the country’s decorated Olympians and Paralympians have joined hands for the first time since Tokyo 2020 in a video that was produced to support the efforts of the Ministry of Health. and Family Welfare (MOHFW) to inspire and promote safe celebrations during the festival period to prevent an increase in COVID-19 cases. The video titled #TyoharonKeRangCABKeSang demonstrates hope against all adversity and features India’s Olympic and Paralympic heroes reminding fellow citizens not to let their guard down during their celebrations and to celebrate festivals responsibly.

They also remind citizens of the continued importance of observing appropriate Covid Behavior (CAB), which means maintaining hand hygiene, maintaining a 6-foot distance, wearing a mask and getting vaccinated if they are 18 years old. or more by logging in to the CoWIN portal or the Aarogya Setu app. The video features national heroes who not only conquered obstacles like extreme poverty, but persevered on the biggest international stage, winning Olympic and Paralympic glory for India to make history.

Among them, Olympians: javelin gold medalist Neeraj Chopra, freestyle silver medalist Ravi Kumar Dahiya, 65 kg freestyle bronze medalist Bajrang Punia, the first Indian fencer to qualify for the Olympics Bhavani Devi and the goalie of the Indian men’s hockey team which won bronze. PR Sreejesh. Paralympians: High jump silver medalist Praveen Kumar, archery bronze medalist Harvinder Singh, club throw finalist Ekta Bhyan, first Indian woman to win two medals at the same Olympic / Paralympic Games with a gold in the 10m and bronze in the 50m standing air rifle Avani Lekhara, the silver medalist in the discus throw Yogesh Kathuniya and the bronze medalist in the badminton Manoj Sarkar.

The Indian Olympians and Paralympians, who had one of their most successful Olympics at Tokyo 2020, embodied the very spirit of India by rising to the challenge, against all odds, to win medals for the country. Through this video, the essence of their conquering spirit is captured, to encourage and inspire India’s 1.3 billion citizens to similarly overcome COVID-19 by observing all appropriate COVID protocols and urging others to celebrate the #COVIDSafeFestivities.

They say “Khathinaaiyon ka samjhdhaari se saamna aur samaadhaan nikaalna humari zimmedaari hai … Sports aur Zindagi mein!” The inspiring video reminds all Indians that nothing is impossible and that together we can overcome any of our adversities, including the current pandemic. (ANI)

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