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‘India Must Nationalise Healthcare, At Least Temporarily’

A paediatric haematologist, Dr Ajay Vora brings an insider’s perspective to Britain’s ‘surge planning’. A conversation with Sunil Menon

‘India Must Nationalise Healthcare, At Least Temporarily’
‘India Must Nationalise Healthcare, At Least Temporarily’
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2021-05-07T13:52:12+05:30

Britain is preparing for a Covid surge in late summer, with a planned, calibrated ­approach. Having practised under the National Health Service (NHS) for 30 years, Dr Ajay Vora brings an insider’s ­perspective to Britain’s ‘surge planning’. A paediatric ­haematologist with the Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, an institution with a storied past, he is in conversation with Sunil Menon:

An advisory has gone out to all medical establishments in Britain to prepare for a Covid surge in late summer. What’s the specific projection?

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