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Watch: IAF choppers shower flower petals on Delhi's hospitals to salute COVID-19 warriors

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Watch: IAF choppers shower flower petals on Delhi's hospitals to salute COVID-19 warriors

Watch: IAF choppers shower flower petals on Delhi's hospitals to salute COVID-19 warriors

Indian Air Force aircraft showered flower petals at the hospitals in the national capital on May 03.

IAF chopper showered flower petals on Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to express gratitude and appreciation towards medical professionals fighting COVID-19.

IAF organised 'flypast' over Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital to honour COVID-19 warriors who are treating patients selflessly.

Meanwhile, IAF showered flower petals on RML Hospital and Apollo in Delhi to express their solidarity.

Medical personnel are working round the clock in treating coronavirus patients across the country.

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