269 doctors lost their lives in second wave of Covid-19, says IMA

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The Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Tuesday said that 269 doctors across the country have lost their lives due to COVID-19 infection in the second wave of coronavirus pandemic.

The IMA said Bihar suffered the largest number of casualties (78) followed by Uttar Pradesh (37) and Delhi (28).
State-wise data by IMA shows 22 doctors died due to COVID-19 in Andhra Pradesh, 19 in Telangana, 14 each in
Maharashtra and West Bengal, and 11 fatalities were reported in Tamil Nadu.

It added that 10 doctors also died in Odisha, eight in Karnataka, and five in Madhya Pradesh.

Earlier today, Padma Shri awardee and former national president of the IMA Dr KK Aggarwal passed away after a long battle with COVID-19 at AIIMS in Delhi.

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