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International Nurses Day 2020

Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Nursing the World to Health, demonstrates how nurses are central to addressing a wide range of health challenges. It will inspire nurses and make the public aware of their contribution in healthcare and health management.

International Nurses Day also provide information and resources that will help to raise the profile of the profession, so that the new generation can also know more about this noble profession. 

May-12-2020
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

 The new decade has shown us how vulnerable we are to diseases and how rapidly a new disease can take root and spread. The current viral outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 (as the illness is officially known), that is turning into a global health crisis.  Hopes that COVID-19 would be contained to China have vanished as reports of countries touched by this disease climbed to nearly 60 countries as New Zealand, Nigeria, Mexico, Lithuania, Belarus, Iceland, Azerbaijan and the Netherlands reported their first cases. In addition, stock markets took a pounding amid fears of a global recession

COVID-19, which originated in Wuhan, China has exceeded more than 83,000 confirmed cases

worldwide and over 2,800 deaths since the first case was detected in December 2019.

With three confirmed case in Kerala, India issued several notifications on how one can be

affected by this deadly disease, what the symptoms were and which preventive measures

could be adopted. In addition, the Government of India has issued also many advisories,

including travel advisory, clinical management, surveillance for human infection,

guidelines for sample collection, guidelines for prevention, etc.

Following are the links from the Government of India for you.

COVID-19 Guidelines by Government of India

Click Here >> Updated Travel Advisory for travelers visiting China

Click Here >> Discharge policy for suspect or confirmed novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

cases (354.71 KB)

Click Here>>Guidelines on Clinical management of severe acute respiratory illness (SARI)

in suspect/confirmed novel Coronavirus (nCoV) cases (174.06 KB)

Click Here >>Guidance on Surveillance for human infection with 2019-nCoV (399.24 KB)

Click Here >> Guidelines for Infection Prevention and Control in Healthcare Facilities (1.83 MB)

Click Here >> Guidance for sample Collection, Packaging and Transportation for Novel Coronavirus (853.42 KB)

Mar-14-2020