The Prime Minister of Ireland began to serve as a doctor

The Prime Minister of Ireland began to serve as a doctor

Posted on Apr 8, 2020

The 41-year-old prime minister of the European country of Ireland, Leo Varadkar, began to work as a doctor due to the rapid spread of the Coronavirus in the country and the shortage of doctors there.

Leo Varadkar was working as a doctor before getting involved in politics, but when he entered politics in 2013, he excluded himself from the profession of a doctor.

He succeeded in coming to politics and within a few years, he also became the country's defense minister, before he got himself involved in Ireland's politics and government affairs.

Following his party's outstanding victory in the elections in 2017, after performing the defense services brilliantly, Leo Varadkar became prime minister and as he watched, he became one of the country's most popular leaders.

However, after the outbreak of a global outbreak such as the Coronavirus, doctors began serving as doctors in the country after a shortage of doctors there.

According to the American Magazine Times, the Prime Minister of Ireland applied for medical registrations again in March last month, saying that he too wants to fulfill his duties as a doctor at this critical time.

The report states that the Medical Council has accepted the Prime Minister's request, after which he will inform people online about the Coronavirus, including providing information once a week.

The report said that the Prime Minister's wife, sister, and parents are already involved in the profession of the doctor and they are serving in this difficult time of the Coronavirus.

In addition, after appealing from the Government of Ireland, 5,000 retired doctors have also registered themselves for duty of Coronavirus, whose services are benefiting from various shifts and times.

By the evening of April 7 in Ireland, the number of Coronavirus patients had risen to 5,364, and the death toll had risen to over 174.

Lockdown is implemented under the Coronavirus protection system in Ireland and people are advised to stay confined to their homes.


Mian Tajamul

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