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Considering the novelty of the Coronavirus, a lot of information is still being collected and presented to the public. We are doing our best to bring credible information to the forefront. You can read all our articles here.
If you’ve always wanted to ask a question or even thank these healthcare professionals for their services, we have a series of live sessions with them on our Instagram @homegrownin.
#HGLive presents a Q&A live chat with doctors on the frontline in the fight against COVID-19. The session is being moderated by Varsha Patra, the CEO and Co-founding partner at Homegrown.
The session will begin today at 5 PM with Dr Anuj Tiwari. Dr Anuj Tiwari is a doctor on the frontline war against COVID-19. He is currently working as a Senior Registrar in Department of Medicine at R. N. Cooper Hospital in Mumbai. He is a graduate from LTMMC, Sion and has completed his residency in Internal Medicine. You can find him on Instagram at @anujtiwari11.
Mumbai has been declared as a COVID-19 hotspot by the Maharashtra State Government.
We will be addressing a spectrum of questions on the following topics
COVID-19 symptoms and its management, immunocompromised individuals, isolation and quarantine, designated COVID - hospitals in India (government and private) and isolation centres, hospitalisation and treatment, testing protocol and frequency, containment, PPEs, vaccination and more.
If you have any questions for Dr Anuj, please share them with us in the comments section of this post or DM it to us on our Instagram. We shall have them addressed during the live sessions.
Additionally, please join us in the live chat and ask your questions in real-time. Even the smallest bit of information can sometimes prove to be useful in an emergency.
We hope this can be of value and provide us with insights into the lives of health care workers on the frontline.
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