2 renowned Indian American medical workers have been honoured for their work as COVID-19 warriors by the famous Carnegie Corporation of the USA. It is the first time during the pandemic also that the White House has publicly appreciated the tireless contribution of Indians in USA. Carnegie Corporation has recognised the extraordinary efforts and zeal of two renowned Indian-Americans for the efforts to mitigate COVID-19 health crisis. The 2 are among 38 other immigrants recognised for their work. Every year on 4th of July, when America celebrates its Independence Day, the Carnegie Corporation honours the legacy of its founder Andrew Carnegie, a Scottish immigrant who rose from poverty to become a leading industrialist. Carnegie recognizes an eminent group of immigrants who have made notable contributions to the progress of the American society. Pulitzer Prize-winning author and oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee, and, Raj Chetty, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, have been named by Carnegie in New York in the honour roll as `2020 Great Immigrants`. Born in New Delhi, Dr. Mukherjee is a noted biologist, oncologist and the author of several acclaimed books. He has served on the faculty of Columbia University, where he is Associate Professor of Medicine and a Physician at a New York Hospital.