We have a lot of population which is dependent on daily wages: Dr Rahul Pandit, Member, Maharashtra COVID task force says on if lockdown should be imposed to curb #Covid19 cases. Watch#BrassTacks with @Zakka_Jacob .
"Remdesivir stops viral replication if it is given between the 2nd & the 10th day, says Dr. Rahul Pandit, Member of the Maharashtra Task Force. Adds the drug should not be prescribed to mild or asymptomatic patients or the ones who are beyond 10 days from the onset of infection.
#CoronavirusPandemic | Dr. Rahul Pandit of the Maharashtra COVID tast force explains how the Mumbai Model of Oxygen supply helped to handle the second wave of #COVID19 in the city. @Disast @ShereenBhanerMgmtMum
Dr. Rahul Pandit of Maharashtra COVID Task Force explains how Mumbai's COVID situation is showing improvement. Ramping up testing, containtment strategy, jumbo COVID facilities & oxygenation plan are steps that are showing results. @ShereenBhan @fortis_hospital @DisasterMgmtMum
At 4 PM | Amid India's #COVID surge, Maharashtra offers hope with steady drop in cases. But situation in Karnataka worsens & Delhi's crisis remains challenging. @ShereenBhan speaks to @drvishalrao , Dr. Rahul Pandit @fortis_hospital , Dr. Sonia Lal Gupta @sonlg21 ) & @drmalikravi
We need vaccines ASAP. Within the next 3-4 months, we should be vaccinating a major chunk of our population in order to avoid the 3rd wave of Covid: Dr Rahul Pandit, Director-Critical Care, Fortis Hospital, Mumbai, tells TIMES NOW. | #JantaMangeJawaab
The coming week or 10 days will be very crucial for Maharashtra for Oxygen even though the number of #COVID19 cases is decreasing: Dr Rahul Pandit Member, Maharashtra COVID task force tells @Zakka_Jacob on #Viewpoint
"The surge has happened very rapidly, 2-3 lakh patients are being added every week": Dr. Rahul Pandit, Maharashtra COVID Task Force on state's preparation to tackle the pandemic #Coronavirus #COVID19 #NewsToday | @sardesairajdeep
"COVID has 2-3 week timetable, it is not a one week timetable. Double mask when you step out": Dr. Rahul Pandit, Maharashtra COVID Task Force "There are a lot of myths regarding the vaccine": Dr. Sapan Pandya, Immunologist#Coronavirus #COVID19 #NewsToday | @sardesairajdeep
#LeftRightCentre | “It started with Maharashtra and Kerala last year. Now there are 10 states which have large number of COVID cases. My sincere appeal to people is to follow COVID-appropriate behaviour for their loved ones”: Dr Rahul Pandit, Member, Maharashtra Covid Task Force
Coronavirus #FactsVsMyths | “About 200 strains already reported in India so far; whether Maharashtra strain is more virulent or not, verdict is yet to be out on that,” says Dr Rahul Pandit, Member - Covid Task Force