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Local Newspapers Question Gujarat Govt’s Data on COVID-19 Deaths

Yahoo Daily News 11 May 2021
Meanwhile, Gujarat BJP President CR Patil had announced the distribution of 5,000 Remedesivir doses from the party office in Surat, while the state reeled from a shortage of the drug’s injections ... A discrepancy in the number of COVID deaths has long been witnessed in Gujarat, especially in the city of Surat.
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3rd doc held in remdesivir racket

The Times of India 09 May 2021
Two doctors from Surat and a nurse from a private hospital in Anandnagar in Ahmedabad had been arrested on Friday ... Earlier, the cops had arrested Milan Sutaria in Surat, who worked as a medical officer at a hospital run by the Surat Municipal Corporation. Dave, the other arrested doctor, worked with a private firm in Surat.
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Fake Remdesivir containing salt and glucose circulated in Madhya PradeshThe gang used to look for ...

Deccan Herald 09 May 2021
The Gujarat Police recently busted this racket in Surat and arrested six persons, Indore's Vijay Nagar police station inspector Tahjib Kaji told PTI. Read more. Covid-19 curfew extended in Bhopal till May 17 ... Mishra later went to Surat and brought a consignment of another 500 spurious injections, the police officer said ... Assembly Elections 2021 ... ....
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Fungal infection cases rising in 2nd phase of pandemic, warn doctors in Maharashtra, Gujarat

India TV 08 May 2021
Mathur Savani, chairman of Surat-based Kiran Super Multi-speciality Hospital, said mucormycosis patients are coming to his hospital from Surat district as well as other parts of Gujarat ... The civil hospital in Surat has set up a separate facility for such patients, said in-charge Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Ketan Naik ... ....
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Black fungus claims eyesight of some Covid-19 survivors in GujaratThe hospital, which is managed by ...

Deccan Herald 08 May 2021
Mathur Savani, chairman of Surat-based Kiran Super multi-speciality ... Meanwhile, considering the growing number of patients with mucormycosis, Surat's civil hospital has set up a separate facility for their treatment, said in-charge Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Ketan Naik.
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Fungal infection cases rising in second phase of pandemic, warn Maharashtra, Gujarat doctorsThe civil hospital ...

Deccan Herald 08 May 2021
Mathur Savani, chairman of Surat-based Kiran Super Multi-speciality Hospital, said mucormycosis patients are coming to his hospital from Surat district as well as other parts of Gujarat. Read more ... The civil hospital in Surat has set up a separate facility for such patients, said in-charge Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Ketan Naik ... Maharashtra ... ....
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Black fungus claims eyesight of some COVID-19 survivors in Gujarat

Live Mint 08 May 2021
Mathur Savani, chairman of Surat-based Kiran Super multi-speciality ... Meanwhile, considering the growing number of patients with mucormycosis, Surat's civil hospital has set up a separate facility for their treatment, said in-charge Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Ketan Naik.
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Fungal infection cases rising in 2nd phase of pandemic, warn doctors

The Siasat Daily 08 May 2021
Ahmedabad/Mumbai ... Mathur Savani, chairman of Surat-based Kiran Super Multi-speciality Hospital, said mucormycosis patients are coming to his hospital from Surat district as well as other parts of Gujarat ... The civil hospital in Surat has set up a separate facility for such patients, said in-charge Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Ketan Naik ... .
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Fungal infection cases rising in second Covid wave, warn Maharashtra, Gujarat doctors

Live Mint 08 May 2021
Ahmedabad/Mumbai ... Mathur Savani, chairman of Surat-based Kiran Super Multi-speciality Hospital, said mucormycosis patients are coming to his hospital from Surat district as well as other parts of Gujarat ... The civil hospital in Surat has set up a separate facility for such patients, said in-charge Resident Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Ketan Naik ... .
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Medical officers went on strike demanding salary hike

The Times of India 07 May 2021
Around 73 medical officers (MO) working on contract basis at the Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education and Research (SMIMER) hospital went on flash strike on Thursday morning demanding pay hike at par with state government’s recent announcement for newly appointed contractual doctors.
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Sickening neglect: Fires rage on as rules smoulder

The Times of India 02 May 2021
Surat ... With such systems not installed, the hospital did not even apply for a no-objection certificate (NOC) to the Bharuch municipality,” said Dipak Makhijani, regional fire officer and in-charge deputy chief fire officer of Surat Municipal Corporation.
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Gujarat: ‘Greed motivating some docs, staffers’

The Times of India 02 May 2021
In two or three cases, the direct involvement of pharmacists was found,” said a senior police officer. Officials said in Surat a doctor and three others were held for allegedly black-marketing remdesivir injections in the last week of April ... The officer said barring one incident, such accused had not risked the lives of patients.
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Over 55,000 in 18-44 age group get vaccine jab in 10 districts of Gujarat

Indian Express 01 May 2021
On Saturday, the drive was launched at Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar, Kutch, Mehsana, Bharuch and Gandhinagar districts, which have together reported 11,158 cases on Saturday that is 80 per cent of the day’s caseload in the state ... On Saturday, a total of 15,374 people were vaccinated in Surat city.
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Wanted in Guj: Doctors, nurses & healthcare staff

The Times of India 01 May 2021
While the state health department has roped in about 4,000-odd doctors through direct recruitment and enforcing Epidemic Act, a recent recruitment drive in Surat saw only 37 MBBS graduates turning up against 80 posts of medical officer ... Babu Thomas, chief HR officer (CHRO) of ...
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Wanted in Gujarat: Doctors, nurses & healthcare staff to fight Covid

The Times of India 01 May 2021
While the state health department has roped in about 4,000-odd doctors through direct recruitment and enforcing Epidemic Act, a recent recruitment drive in Surat saw only 37 MBBS graduates turning up against 80 posts of medical officer ... Babu Thomas, chief HR officer (CHRO) of ...
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