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Nurses in Indian villages struggle to cope with pandemic-related pressures

Nurses in rural areas have been at the forefront of India's tough battle against the coronavirus pandemic. They are stepping up to the health challenge and filling in the gap left by a lack of doctors in many villages.

 

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