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Did India botch lockdown with bad advice?

NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: India is now in a community transmission phase, top public health experts have said, as the country starts a phased exit from a two-month lockdown they describe as “draconian.”In a joint statement to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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What you must know about Mumbai's COVID-19 deaths

'65 per cent were males.''Age group of deaths: More were seen from age 51 to 70.''Saw some deaths from age 21 to the 40s.''About 76 to 77 per cent of patient deaths had some kind of a comorbidity.''The main comorbidities were the presence of diabetes, hypertension, some kind of heart diseases.' IMAGE: A medical camp in Dharavi. Photograph: Sahil Salvi   Post mortems have always been responsible for the evolution of modern medicine. The post-mortem examination of a body, after death, ...
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India sees highest spike of 2,003 COVID-19 deaths

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday asked states to make full use of the expanded COVID-19 testing capacity and saving lives a top priority as India recorded the highest ever spike of 2,003 coronavirus deaths after Maharashtra and Delhi added earlier fatalities not attributed to the disease.   IMAGE: Health workers and volunteers from SDPI wearing personal protective equipment carry a COVID-19 victim for burial in Chennai. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photo Modi also called for ...
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'Don't treat nurses as angels, treat them as professionals'

'The government lights lamps for nurses, but when we demand what is due for us, they don't listen at all.' IMAGE: Nurses celebrate International Nurses Day in Prayagraj, May 12, 2020. Photograph: Prabhat Verma/ANI Photo   It has become the norm now to clap hands, shower petals and light lamps for healthcare workers though neither the government nor those who clap are aware of the tough conditions under which they work. "According to the standards set by WHO and also by the Indian Nursing ...
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