On Monday and Tuesday, hospitals like KC General and Bengaluru Medical College and Research Institute saw big queues of patients to see doctors at OPDs.
Elective surgeries have been suspended and emergency surgeries will be taken up following all covid protocols.
OPD services to continue in all centres including Delhi but with restricted registrations limited to only prior appointments including follow-ups.
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Due to the delay in NEET PG counselling, new batch of PG doctors who were to join in March is still not in hospitals. This has led to an estimated shortfall of 1,200 doctors in government hospitals.
In a separate press statement, they said the state government has announced COVID-19 allowance of Rs 10,000 per month in May 2021.
According to a statement, the resident doctors demand NEET-PG 2021 counselling as well as the admission process to be expedited and the Court proceedings fast-tracked on an urgent basis.
Himanta Biswa Sarma also informed the delegation that the government will ensure a pay hike for senior doctors with postgraduate degrees to address the issue of pay disparity among serving doctors.
The data shows that the hospital has witnessed approximate 20 per cent reduction in the rush of OPD patients.
Post the talks held with Health Minister Keshab Mahanta on October 19, a list was published of 23 doctors who have been given their due promotion, but none of the other assurances was reportedly met.
The resident doctors, however, did not react well to the order.
As per the doctor's advice and the prior complications of the Covishield vaccine, the petitioner was reportedly advised to take Covaxin as the second dose.
Bandyopadhyay was set to retire as the chief secretary on May 31, but the state recently sought and received permission for extension of his tenure for three months.
Be it Covid-19 or non-Covid-19 case, Dr S Sagar Kullyaireddy of Kadapa provides medical counselling at free of cost.