Corona-virus pandemic has been on everybody’s nerves lately because of ruthless destruction and spread. All sectors of life throughout the world have united in order to defeat this chronic infection. The most significant weapon of humanity as of right now against the disease is its healthcare workers and doctors, who have been working day and night trying to bring humanity out of misery.
Pakistani healthcare system was always looked to be on the verge of sheer disorder because of lack of finance and management. Despite all the poor and semi-satisfactory tools and technology, Pakistani doctors and healthcare workers have defied all forms of lethargy and are fighting against the crisis in an extremely professional way, while maintaining a cheerful and relaxed working environment.
— Waqas Khan (@Weqas_khan) April 12, 2020
Amid all this chaos, some Pakistani doctors have brought to the table somewhat hilarious but shocking information about themselves. They have told the world that during their studies in medical schools, their teachers advised them to not focus on the Coronavirus topic because it was academically considered unimportant.
This information has taken a lot of people by surprise because they have started to wonder either Pakistani doctors are even trained enough to handle the crisis. Questions have started to raise among online communities regarding the credibility of medical institutions that advise selective course material to appear in the examinations successfully.
It’s all fun and games till the topic you leave while preparing for exams drives you crazy in practical life. The Coronavirus family of virus was considered to be insignificant with other viruses like Ebola and Congo in the competition – threatening the world to a great extent. It was overlooked while composing question papers by the examiners as well.
Will This Affect The Impact of Corona-virus?
Where some might suggest that this is bad news for Pakistan, health care experts and professionals have negated all forms of criticism. They are of the view that every student has to go through a similar strenuous path in order to pursue his/her career. This does not mean, by any way, that refraining from understanding a certain topic will affect their practical performance.
Pakistani doctors and health workers are our heroes and we must respect them. They have proven to be extremely diligent in these times of panic and uncertainty and are working round the clock. We hope that their performance in fighting the novel virus will not be negatively affected by the casual behavior of their institutions.