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Instead of showering flowers give us good meals, says quarantined staff of AIIMS Rishikesh -Vineet Upadhyay

-The New Indian Express They stated that it is doubtful whether Health workers will ever trust the state of Uttarakhand and will render their services if the state continues to treat them in this manner. DEHRADUN: In serious discrepancy, 15 Health workers including doctors from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh are being provided poor food in quarantine facility. At least three staff of the AIIMS were tested positive for the COVID-19...

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Badly hit to very good: How Tamil Nadu rode the Covid-19 crisis -Arun Janardhanan

-The Indian Express With a similar population as Gujarat, it has nearly half its cases and one-eighth its deaths. Just five-six districts are now reporting cases, while Coimbatore, which once had the most patients, has had no fresh cases for about a week. Chennai: One of the worst-hit states around mid-April, with the largest numbers after Maharashtra and with 37 of its 38 districts reporting coronavirus, Tamil Nadu has since turned a...

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Coronavirus Pandemic: AIIMS Delhi Doctors Sound Alarm Bells Against Govt Apathy -Jeevan Prakash Sharma

-Outlook India Doctors blame the government for failing to provide basic facilities and services to Healthcare professionals who are at the forefront to deal with cases of Coronavirus. The Coronavirus infection is increasingly spreading among Healthcare professionals and forcing them to go in quarantine. This has led to a shortage of doctors in many top hospitals in the country. It is also discouraging many others to lead from the front as they...

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Kanuru Sujatha Rao, former Union Health secretary and a past Takemi Fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health, interviewed by GS Mudur (The Telegraph)

-The Telegraph Govt should ensure infection did not slip into green zones Some public experts, while acknowledging India’s early initiatives to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, have expressed concern about what they believe are signals of inadequate planning and poorly coordinated responses to the pandemic. The Telegraph had requested former Union Health secretary Kanuru Sujatha Rao, who had spent in the Health sector 20 of her 36 years as an IAS...

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Government intervention needed for labourers to live with dignity, say experts -Tanushree Venkatraman

-Hindustan Times As migrant workers continue to be the worst-hit owing to the Covid-19 lockdown, the call for re-imagining migrant lives post the pandemic grew louder on May 1, International Labour Day. Various organisations working with migrant communities demanded immediate measures to address questions regarding the livelihood of the workers. “Sending them back home is not addressing the problem. It is a band-aid solution,” said Roshni Nuggehalli, executive director at Mumbai-based NGO Yuva. “The...

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