DOI: 10.36106/gjra/2107109 ISSN:


Gourab Biswas
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SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19 pandemic spread throughout the world and infected more than 750 million people of different countries. According to WHO COVID-19 dashboard, near about 7 million deaths had been recorded during this pandemic till date. Various preventive and control measures had been taken to ght against the COVID-19. During the pandemic, healthcare workers (HCWs) played most crucial role. In spite of shortages of PPE kits, essential consumables and emergency healthcare equipments, nearly 59 million healthcare workers had served the world with their experience, knowledge and dedication, and saved millions of life throughout the globe. During that emergency situation, these healthcare workers not only infected by the corona virus but also suffered from various types of occupational health hazards. Several risk factors such as rapid transmission of infection, excessive workload, shifting duties, hazardous working environment and psycho-social issues made them the most vulnerable group during COVID-19 pandemic. Advanced healthcare system should ensure the occupation health-safety programme for every healthcare worker

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