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

First Published May 25, 2020, 1:34 PM IST
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 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.
 

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

 

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

 

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

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

 Maharashtra has roughly 1.5 lakh nurses in both private and public sectors.
 

 Maharashtra has roughly 1.5 lakh nurses in both private and public sectors.
 

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
 

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
 

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.

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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