New Delhi: The country has lost 400 doctors to COVID-19 during the second wave of the pandemic. At least 420 doctors have lost their lives, out of which 100 are from Delhi, Business Standard reported quoting ANI.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) said at least 96 doctors have died in Bihar and 41 in Uttar Pradesh. The state-wise data of IMA reveals that as many as 31 doctors succumbed to COVID-19 in Gujarat, 20 in Telangana, 16 in West Bengal and Odisha.
“Maharashtra has witnessed deaths of 15 doctors in the ongoing second wave of COVID-19,” the doctors’ association was quoted as saying.