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WHO supports India to train doctors, nurses and paramedics COVID-19 care center

In response to COVID-19, border police in India have set up the world’s largest field hospital, the Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre (SPCCC), which houses 10 200 beds, outside of Delhi.

The WHO India team is working closely with the Delhi government to support its efforts to train the health workers in continuing their valuable role in patient care. With support from WHO India, more than 230 police doctors, nurses, and paramedics were trained in a training of trainers (ToT) in management of COVID-19.

Training topics included epidemiology of COVID-19, infection prevention and control (IPC) protocols, correct use of personal protective equipment, waste

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