40 healthcare staff at AIIMS gastro dept in self-quarantine Related Posts Read Article News Public Health Add Comment MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 A 30-year-old male nurse working with them tested positive for coronavirusAround 40 healthcare staff, including doctors and nurses working at the gastroenterology department in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), have been advised self-quarantine after a 30-year-old male nurse working with them tested positive for coronavirus, official sources said on Friday.Contact tracing was immediately initiated and samples of these 40 healthcare workers along with some patients from the ward where the nurse was posted were sent for testing.“Test results of around 22 people have come out which includes the results of four ICU patients. They are negative. Results of the rest are awaited,” a doctor said.According to the doctor, the nurse had fever on Saturday and had approached the doctors on phone in the clinic for AIIMS’ employees the same evening.He was advised to come for testing on Monday.As he was having post duty off on Monday, he went for testing on Wednesday and his results came out to be positive on Wednesday night. Everybody came to know about this on Thursday,” the doctor said.The male nurse, a resident of Chhattarpur,, is undergoing treatment at AIIMS.On Thursday, the kitchen of the mess of the Lok Nayak Hospital (LNJP) Hospital was closed till further orders after a dietician associated with the mess tested positive for coronavirus infection.The LNJP Hospital is a dedicated COVID-19 facility in Delhi. The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Share Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha AIIMSCOVID-19gastro By Press Trust of India on April 24, 2020 Comments (0)
AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Previous articleRespite Hours for Children with Disabilities Cut across DonegalNext articleNothing found after reports of pipe bombs left in Limavady News Highland Harps come back to win in Waterford Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A number of properties in Falcarragh will be without water for much of this morning due to yet another pipe burst. Homes, businesses and the HSE block in the town are all said to be affected by the outage.The area has suffered numerous outages in recent times, with upgraded pipe replacement works due to begin in the autumn.Local Cllr Michael Cholm MacGiolla Easbuig says the area where some of the works are to take place was only recently resurfaced and will have to be dug up again by Irish Water.He believes Irish Water could have carried out works in tandem with the resurfacing and prevent what he says is a huge waste of taxpayers’ money:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/michfjghjghjghalcarragh.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Falcarragh hit with water outage yet again Twitter Google+ Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp By News Highland – July 5, 2019 FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Twitter Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21
A decade-long fight between three animal charities and a woman who was cut out of her estranged mother’s will is set for the Supreme Court.The dispute attracted widespread media attention last July after the Court of Appeal awarded £164,000 to a woman from her estranged mother’s estate, even though the mother, Melita Jackson, had stated she did not want her daughter to receive anything.Jackson had instead opted to leave her entire £500,000 estate to animal charities. But her will was overturned and a third of her estate was handed to her daughter, Heather Ilott, on the grounds that she had not been given ‘reasonable financial provision’.At the time, Lady Justice Arden said that Ilott’s resources, which included an annual household income of under £7,000 and state benefits of around £13,000 ‘are at such a basic level that they outweigh the importance that would normally be attached to the fact that the appellant is an adult child who has been living independently for so many years’.The final award was structured to allow Ilott to keep her benefits.The Supreme Court yesterday gave the charities, including Blue Cross, the RSPCA and the RSPB, permission to appeal. It said it would decide whether the appeal court was wrong to set aside the award made in the first instance on the back of Ilott’s claim under the 1975 Inheritance Act.It will also look at whether the Court of Appeal erred in its approach to the ‘maintenance’ standard under the act, or if it was wrong to structure an award in a way which allowed Ilott to maintain her entitlement to state benefits.
Sebastian Vettel lost victory in the Canadian Grand Prix to Lewis Hamilton after being penalised for dangerous driving against his rival.The Ferrari driver made a mistake under pressure from the world champion, running wide at Turn Three, and pushed Hamilton wide as he rejoined the track.Race stewards decided Vettel had rejoined the track unsafely and penalised him five seconds for forcing Hamilton off the track.The Mercedes driver would likely have passed Vettel had he not been blocked with 22 laps still remaining.The move will doubtless lead to a major controversy but Hamilton was clear that he felt Vettel had been unfair.He said over the radio immediately after the incident: “He’s just come back on the track so dangerously.”Vettel complained vigorously, saying: “Where the hell else was I supposed to go? I had grass on my wheels.”Told to stay focused, he said: “I am focused but they are stealing the race from us.”Vettel complained that Hamilton could have gone to the inside but that was an inaccurate reading of the situation as it unfolded.Nevertheless, doubtless many will feel that Vettel should have been excused and the drivers allowed to race.However, others will see it as yet another error under pressure from Vettel, whose 2018 season unraveled as a result of a series of them and who made another in Bahrain earlier this year, spinning after being passed by Hamilton.And the stewards may well have used precedent to inform the decision, such as when Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was penalised in the same fashion for forcing then-Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen off the track in last year’s Japanese Grand Prix.RelatedThe 2017 Formula 1 Pirelli Magyar Nagydij ReviewJuly 31, 2017In “Sports”Lewis Hamilton Eager To Extend Lead Over Sebastian Vettel In JapanOctober 5, 2017In “Formula One”The 2017 Formula 1 British Grand Prix ReviewJuly 18, 2017In “Sports”