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Wadia Hospital disseminates joy this Christmas


Wadia Hospital disseminates joy this Christmas

24th Dec 2020: The word Christmas fills our heart with a sense of joy and festivity. Celebrations with the under privileged or sufferers is what a true festival holds. Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital for Children organized a Christmas celebration for paediatric patients. Kids patients participated in this fun-filled event with a lot of enthusiasm. They decorated the ward with little embellishments, a Christmas tree, and participated in carol singing. Healthcare workers performed a skit for these patients. These patients danced with Santa Claus. This celebration acted like a pain-killer for these patients.
Dr. Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO Wadia Hospital said, “This year was different as the Covid-19 pandemic came as a huge challenge for healthcare across the globe. We are happy that our staff kept the spirits high for the patients and gave them hope to fight the pandemic as well. Even the doctors were determined to celebrate Christmas and motivate the patients. The kids and hospital staff enjoyed this fun-filled day by adhering to the Covid-19 norms. They decorated the Christmas tree, sang Carols, and even a skit was performed by our hospital staff on the eve of Christmas, The new year 2021 will definitely bring happiness in our lives.”

One could see the wide smile and an extravagant and recreational feeling in the atmosphere. A few cancer patients were also a part of this celebration. Although the Covid 19 tried its best to curb the carnival, but nothing seemed to dampen the excitement among the patients at Wadia Hospital.  The staff at Wadia Hospital claims that this was a much needed break from their tedious schedules. Not only the staff manage the entire event but the children too prepared their separate acts with immense enthusiasm. For any spectator it would have a treat for the eyes to see such great performances by the cancer patients. Undoubtedly, the highlight of this event would be the beautiful and pain free smiles on the faces of the patients.


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