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Why couldn't India's health system cope during the second wave? Years of bad health policies

By Rama V Baru, Professor, Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health, Jawaharlal Nehru University
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COVID-19 has exposed the inherent fault lines in India’s public health system. This year, as the pandemic’s deadly second wave began raging across the country, hospitals ran out of beds, oxygen cylinders, ventilators, and key drugs used…

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