The instances of Covid fatalities due to alleged negligence have laid bare the gaping holes in Kerala’s healthcare system.
A slew of recent incidents in which Covid patients died because of lapses at MCHs bare the inadequacies glossed over by health dept and stress undergone by medical staff in never-ending battle
COVID-19 death audit will soon begin in areas under the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC).
As the workers did not get a favourable response from their agency, they resorted to protest on Wednesday.
As many as 26,388,633 patients have recovered from the disease worldwide.
Chennai alone recorded 1,295 cases while its neighbouring districts of Chengalpattu, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur reported 363, 137 and 194 cases respectively.
Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged the countries to work together to expand the access to tests and treatments.
Symptoms of COVID-19 appear in five to seven days and people should immediately report to their nearby hospitals, Puducherry Health secretary T Arun said.
The bleak milestone, by far the highest confirmed death toll from the coronavirus in the world, was reported by Johns Hopkins, based on figures supplied by state health authorities.
When Mayilsamy informed the family of Joseph’s death, he was shocked to find that the relatives did not want to come and claim the body.
Dr MS Abdeem of KBM Clinic in Thiruvananthapuram had tested positive for the virus on last Monday
Meanwhile, Odisha Police Headquarters in Cuttack has directed all police districts to control the spread of deadly coronavirus among the personnel.
India's COVID-19 tally had crossed the 20-lakh mark on August 7, 30 lakh on August 23 and it went past 40 lakh on September 5.
As per IMA Telangana chapter, nine doctors and about 10-14 healthcare staff from private sector have died while as a result of discharging duties.
Hong Kong has reported a total of 4,896 infections since the pandemic began, with 99 deaths.