To help Mumbai to fight over COVID-19, 100 Kerala doctors, nurses reaches for help
About 100 doctors and nurses from Kerala are expected to arrive at Mumbai in the following s days to join the clinical staff here in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
Mumbai needs progressively Human Resource regarding clinical staff. A group of 16 doctors from Kerala is relied upon to arrive at Mumbai on Monday, Dr Santhosh Kumar, Deputy Superintendent of Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, revealed.
Nearly 50 doctors and 100 nurses from Kerala will be in Mumbai in the following not many days, said Kumar, who has just reached here alongside two other doctors.
“We will be working in the Seven Hills Hospital. It is safe for medical specialists here and they should chip in this push to battle COVID-19. All specialists who are coming to help the clinical staff in Mumbai are working in the private segment back home (Kerala) and have volunteered to help their crew individuals here,” he said.
Kumar said he is working with a Kerala government emergency clinic, yet he likewise chipped in alongside private specialists from his state to help specialists in Mumbai in the battle against COVID-19.
The Seven Hills Hospital, situated in Andheri zone here, is well-prepared and alright for clinical staff, he said. “What is missing is the HR. Indeed, even specialists from Maharashtra should participate,” he said. Kumar dismissed correlations between the COVID-19 circumstance in Kerala and Mumbai.
“There is no spot in Kerala like Mumbai. This is an immense city with 30 million individuals and slums. Purposes behind the disease in both the spots are extraordinary and henceforth, techniques to manage the infection are unique,” he said.
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