Knowledge | What number of medical doctors and nurses have examined optimistic for coronavirus in India?
Not less than 96 medical doctors and 156 nurses have examined optimistic for COVID-19 throughout India as of April 22.
As most of those infections have been transmitted by sufferers in a hospital setting, at the very least 826 medical staff who got here involved with the contaminated personnel needed to be quarantined and at the very least 20 hospitals needed to be totally or partially closed.
Within the graphs, when the occupation of the contaminated/ quarantined couldn’t be ascertained, the sufferers have been labelled as “medical staff” (it could embody medical doctors and nurses).
Contaminated medical staff
The chart depicts the variety of contaminated medical doctors, nurses and medical staff. Maharashtra accounted for near 42% of contaminated medical doctors, 70.5% of contaminated nurses and 84% of contaminated medical staff (doesn’t embody administrative employees).
Medical staff who’ve examined optimistic for COVID-19
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Quarantined medical staff
The chart depicts the variety of medical doctors, nurses and medical staff who have been positioned below quarantine throughout India.
Maharashtra accounted for near 83% of all medical doctors quarantined, adopted by 11% in Delhi and 6% in Karnataka.
Medical staff positioned below quarantine
Near 10 hospitals in Maharashtra needed to be fully or partially shut down after lots of their employees have been quarantined following publicity to COVID-19 sufferers. Closures have been additionally reported from West Bengal, Delhi, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Hospitals fully/partially shut
The figures are a conservative estimate based mostly on data collated from The Hindu information reviews, reviews from information businesses reminiscent of PTI and ANI, statements from hospitals, numbers cited in authorities press conferences and so forth.