Covid-19 crisis: Emergency services deserve more than just applause

By Professor Paresh Wankhade

The Coronavirus pandemic was one of the biggest public health crises faced globally, impacting every aspect of our lives. While the nation saluted the selfless devotion of frontline staff by clapping and banging drums in the streets, Professor Paresh Wankhade reported this may not have been enough.

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