Smt.Ambika a Nursing officer working in a Private Hospital (Kalra ) in Rajourigarden, Delhi passed away due to Covid -19
She was a native of Kerala and admitted in Safdarjung hospital Delhi . Heart felt condolences. May her soul rest in peace.
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Deep condolences to the grieving family.
Private hospitals are not even providing proper protective gear.but..they are charging huge amount from patients. Wether the Kalra Hospital tested other staffs in contact of sr. Ambika? Wether they quarantined them? E have to raise our concerns otherwise we wil loose health care workers again.
Heartfelt condolences..to the grieving family. Is Delhi is prepared properly to face the situation? Don’t think so.. government hospitals are full and private is not accepting positive patients. Also they are charging in lakhs. And not giving needed protective gear to the staff on dury. Wether Kalra hospital tested other staffs whowas on contact with her? Whether they quarantined staffs in contact??
Heartfelt condolences. Prayers for the bereaved family. Loss of single Nurse is loss to the thousands of patients she had and could have provided care to.
May her Soul Rest in Peace.
Need of the hour to look into safety of health workers at work place….
Deeply saddened by the loss of our dear warrior. Extending my condolence to the bereaved. May her soul rest in peace.
As the lockdown is being slowly lifted up, the number of cases of covid-19 is also stepping up, but are we prepared for it yet? With another loss of an innocent life, its time for the management to realise that we need more protection , better PPE and better measures to combat this war. She risked her life to save thousands of lives, but let her martyrdom make us united to support the nurses working in pvt sector work and demand better supply of Quality PPE, better working conditions and better health facility for the protection of us nurses.
#unitedforAmbika #qualityPPE #savenursestoo
Rest in peace sister Ambika
Soo sad 😔
Our deep condolences to your family
All your services will be blessings to your children
May her soul rest in peace
It is sad to read this message. Let her soul rest in peace and strenght to her family.
We need to raise in close association with Private hospitals and support the health workers who are working. UNA is trying its best to raise the issues and there are many of you who are dedicated.
Silence from Private hospital is very dangerous. There are many ANM and untrained females working as registered nurses in many of the hospitals If something happens to them we may not hear at all.
We have read the huge number of security guards infected at AIIMS, New Delhi. There were reports that they were not provided with FFP or better masks.
Let us speak to the all the health workers in private hospitals and support them.
We read that 300 nurses working in Kolkatta returned to Manipur, 200 nurses from Mumbai returned to Kerala. We need to speak to them and give confidence that we all are with them in case they are in trouble.
Let her soul rest in peace.
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