Dr Nair, India, Summary

How is the situation in India now, are you seeing a lot of cases?

How is the death rate, are there a lot of deaths, now and in the past weeks?

What is the causes of deaths in COVID patients, is it mostly respiratory failure?

Have you had difficulties with supplies of oxygen and drugs?

What are the local drivers of infection, are people flowing mask wearing and social distancing?

Are you able to test all of the patients you suspect have COVID?

How are you treating patients with mild and more severe disease?

What drugs do you use in addition to steroids?

Is ivermectin effective to treat COVID?

Do many patients develop secondary bacterial infection after COVID?

Do you think many people might develop long covid with longer term sequala?

Source: Dr. John Campbell

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