Role of Health Workers in the Covid Pandemic

  • Needa Farheen
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  • Needa Farheen

    Student at Hidayatullah National Law University, India

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The Covid-19 Pandemic has again reminded all the people of the country and the world of the importance of health workers and it has again sought the question of the safety and health of the health workers during the Pandemic. The main issue in the country is the problem of Human Resources stretched in the Health Sector as only about 40 percent of health workers serve in the rural region where the most population of India still lives. It presents a situation where low workers and the high number of patients in a time of pandemic is high which causes bouts of violence. The anxiety, fear, and misinformation regarding the Covid treatment and how it is spread is rampant and the frustration regarding the lockdown has put a stopper in the patient mobility which has led to frustrations which in turn brings out the violence in the situation. It is also the responsibility of a citizen of India to not do any violence towards doctors and to not obstruct any kind of practices be it vaccines or treatment of covid-19.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 678 - 686


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