Surat: Businessman celebrates triumph over Covid with horse ride | Surat News – Times of India

SURAT: Returning from the jaws of death in Covid times can spur some amusing celebration!.
A businessman in Surat, who slayed the coronavirus infection, decided to go home from a Covid isolation centre on a horse. In fact, his family too wanted to celebrate his victory over Covid-19 in a different fashion.
Ketan Rangani, 27, who owns a textile unit, left the Sudama Chowk community hall in Mota Varachha riding a horse and carrying the Tricolour to signal his triumph. While he recovered on Saturday, the photos of his procession started doing the rounds on social media late on Sunday evening.
Rangani was admitted for seven days in the isolation centre and his condition had also turned worrisome.
“Rangani was critical and his oxygen level had dropped to 75. He needed ventilator support but the family could not find a bed in hospital,” said Ronak Patel, a volunteer at the isolation centre. Rangani was admitted to an isolation centre where there were basic facilities.
While Rangani was fighting Covid, his family members stayed at the isolation centre and started serving other patients as well.
Rangani had requested the administrators of the isolation centre to allow them to organize a small procession.
“Rangani’s family lives in Velanja village adjoining Surat city and it was not comfortable for them to daily go home and come back. Hence they stayed at the isolation centre and started serving other patients in their free time,” said Patel.
“His recovery improved due to family’s support,” said Patel.

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