Nearly 90000 medical staff in India have confirmed their diagnosis, and the Indian Medical Association has sent a letter to modi asking for better treatment

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 Nearly 90000 medical staff in India have confirmed their diagnosis, and the Indian Medical Association has sent a letter to modi asking for better treatment


Overseas network, August 31 (Xinhua) at present, Indias lack of medical resources is increasingly apparent. Indian Medical Association sent a letter to Prime Minister Modi, asking him to better allocate medical resources and improve the welfare of medical staff, as the number of confirmed medical staff in India approaches 90000, Indian media reported on the 31st.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The Indian Medical Association points out that there is a great shortage of medical staff in remote areas: in some places, there is not enough care for medical staff, neither their safety nor the pressure and fatigue they face. Allowing doctors to work 24 hours a day without proper isolation or wearing protective equipment for a long time is not equivalent to continuous epidemic prevention and control. According to the latest statistics of Indias Ministry of health, 87176 medical and nursing staff in India have been infected with the new coronavirus, 573 people have died, and many states with high infection rate are required to pay attention to the infection of frontline personnel. In Maharashtra, Karnataka and other six states, the number of medical staff diagnosed accounted for 74% of the country, and the number of deaths accounted for more than 86%. Among them, Maharashtra alone accounted for 28%, and more than half of the death cases of medical staff also came from it. At present, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in India has risen to 3621246. In the past 24 hours, 78512 new confirmed cases have been reported in India, with an increase of more than 50000 cases per day for 33 consecutive days. There were 971 new deaths and 64469 deaths. Source of this article: Overseas editor: Zhang Xianchao_ NN9310

The Indian Medical Association points out that there is a great shortage of medical staff in remote areas: in some places, there is not enough care for medical staff, neither their safety nor the pressure and fatigue they face. Allowing doctors to work 24 hours a day without proper isolation or wearing protective equipment for a long time is not equivalent to continuous epidemic prevention and control.

According to the latest statistics of Indias Ministry of health, 87176 medical and nursing staff in India have been infected with the new coronavirus, 573 people have died, and many states with high infection rate are required to pay attention to the infection of frontline personnel. In Maharashtra, Karnataka and other six states, the number of medical staff diagnosed accounted for 74% of the country, and the number of deaths accounted for more than 86%. Among them, Maharashtra alone accounted for 28%, and more than half of the death cases of medical staff also came from it. At present, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in India has risen to 3621246. In the past 24 hours, 78512 new confirmed cases have been reported in India, with an increase of more than 50000 cases per day for 33 consecutive days. There were 971 new deaths and 64469 deaths.