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IMA urges the government to collect data of frontline medical warrior as they are at high risk

Mid-Day Wednesday, 4 November 2020
IMA urges the government to collect data of frontline medical warrior as they are at high riskWhile the Indian government has stated that it does not have data on frontline warriors who died fighting COVID-19, a recent study by a medical journal in the UK shows that medical professionals and their household members contributed a sixth of COVID-19 cases. Medical professionals and their household members faced threefold and...
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