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Over 15,000 Frontline Workers Tested Positive due to Lack of Protection Gears

Unreleased government data reveals that about 15,000 frontline workers have tested positive from Coronavirus due to lack of PPE kits and proper protection gears while on-duty. Dr Rajan Sharma, Head of Indian Medical Association has published a paper according to which 1,302 doctors have tested COVID-19  positive, while 93 have died. Indian Medical Association (IMA) has declared a red alert to Health care workers (HCWs) to raise their guard.

Sat, 18 Jul 2020 - 05:53 PM / by Taniya Bazaz

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