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Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

Dr Arfa Sajadin was battling COVID-19 on a ventilator for 10 days before she could hold her baby for the first time.

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In a video that has surfaced on Twitter, it is seen how a mother who has recently recovered from COVID-19 in Howrah, West Bengal, is holding her newborn baby in her arms for the first time.

Dr Arfa Sajadin was on the ventilator for 10 days while she battled COVID-19. All this while, her newborn was under the care of doctors. She fought a long and hard way to finally be able to meet her baby.

The result was a heartwarming reunion between a mother and her child. As the doctor handed the baby to Dr Sajadin, she could be seen tearing up while the doctor appreciated her bravery by saying, "You're a fighter. The baby has fought too, but you have fought more".

The video has been uploaded by a user with the caption, "Dr. Arfa Sajadin, who had tested positive for Covid-19, battled for 10 days on the ventilator after her delivery. She broke down after taking her baby for the first time in her arms. Both mother & the baby are fine & ready to go home thanks to ILS hospital Howrah".

Check out the full video here:

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Netizens have taken notice of this video and have expressed how moved they are. Here is how they reacted:

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Mother Recently Recovered From COVID Holds Baby for the First Time

(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

These heartwarming moments are what we live for!

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