The COVID-19 pandemic may have brought the world to its knees, but that has not deterred a couple in Chhattisgarh, India to name their newborn twins as 'Corona' and 'Covid'.
The two words may evoke fear and devastation in minds of others, but for the Raipur-based couple they symbolise triumph over hardships as the twins - a boy and a girl - were born during the ongoing coronavirus-enforced nationwide lockdown which made it difficult for the mother to reach in time to the hospital for delivery.
The names, they said, would remind them about all the hardships they conquered amid the lockdown, ahead of a successful delivery on the intervening night of March 26-27 at a government hospital in Raipur.
"When the hospital staff mentioned Corona and Covid, we decided to name them after the pandemic," said the mother.
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