Maharashtra requests Kerala for expert doctors and nurses to treat COVID-19 patients in state

First Published 25, May 2020, 1:34 PM

 The Maharashtra government has asked Kerala to provide 50 trained specialist doctors and 100 nurses for the treatment of COVID-19 patients in the state.
 

<p> Maharashtra government has requested for doctors and nurses from Kerala to manage the COVID situation in Maharashtra</p>

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 Maharashtra government has requested for doctors and nurses from Kerala to manage the COVID situation in Maharashtra

 

<p>In a letter to Kerala health minister KK Shailaja, the director of Medical Education & Research, Maharashtra, Dr TP Lahane requested for 50 expert doctors and 100 nurses</p>

In a letter to Kerala health minister KK Shailaja, the director of Medical Education & Research, Maharashtra, Dr TP Lahane requested for 50 expert doctors and 100 nurses

<p> Maharashtra has roughly 1.5 lakh nurses in both private and public sectors.<br />
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 Maharashtra has roughly 1.5 lakh nurses in both private and public sectors.
 

<p>The state recorded 3,041 new COVID-19 cases and 58 deaths on Sunday, taking the total number of cases to 50,231, of which 33,988 are active cases<br />
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The state recorded 3,041 new COVID-19 cases and 58 deaths on Sunday, taking the total number of cases to 50,231, of which 33,988 are active cases
 

<p>Death toll in Maharashtra stands at 1,635. A total of 1,196 people recovered and were discharged on Sunday, and 14,600 patients have been discharged since the beginning of the pandemic in the state, Maharashtra Health Department said in a statement.</p>

Death toll in Maharashtra stands at 1,635. A total of 1,196 people recovered and were discharged on Sunday, and 14,600 patients have been discharged since the beginning of the pandemic in the state, Maharashtra Health Department said in a statement.

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