Guardian Life Pays Tribute to Frontline Champions of Health Sector

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Just like the rest of the world, Covid-19 has impacted the lives as we know it in Bangladesh. During this tough time, people from different professions are working hard to keep the country running despite the risk of getting infected by the virus. Especially, Doctors, nurses and other health workers are consistently serving us and saving our lives while risking theirs. Fighting from the front line, they will always be remembered for their bravery. We have a lot to learn from them in terms of dedication, honesty and sincerity. To make their sacrifice worth it, we will have to follow strict social distancing and other health guidelines.

To pay homage to all the frontline champions and to inspire them in the coming days, Guardian Life has produced a special video tribute song.

Bappa Mazumder, Pinto Ghosh, Rokon Emon and Shukonna Mazumder Ghosh were the vocals and Alamin Mohammad was the lyricist. Pintu Ghosh composed the song, Shuvo played the guitar and Rokom Emon mixed & mastered the song.

As the country’s fastest-growing life insurance company, Guardian Life has always been sincere to their social responsibilities and will remain the same in the future as well.
YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFs1OJXQoY4

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