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October 2020 | Vol 9 | Issue 10

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Migrant in my own country: The long march of migrant workers in India during the COVID-19 pandemic 2020—Failure of postcolonial governments to decolonize Bihar and rebuild Indian civilization after 1947
The world is passing through the unprecedented crisis of COVID 19 pandemic. A large section of the global population has been living under mandatory mass quarantine, the lockdown, as a strategy towa...
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From quarantine room: Physician perspective
This write-up is a brief reflection of a rural doctor couple, Dr. Himmatrao Saluba Bawaskar (HSB) and Dr. Pramodini Himmatrao Bawaskar (PHB), working in the remote area of Maharashtra state of India...
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Review Article
Public health care system's preparedness to combat epidemics after natural disasters
Disaster management is the execution of various resources and responsibilities that deal with all civilized aspects of tragedies in the consequences of natural or human hazards. There are multiple f...
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Review Article
Socio-economic impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) – An Indian outlook
It took only days to a few months, for the coronavirus to spread across the globe from it's place of origin, Wuhan city, China. Though, India is not among the worst affected countries of coronav...
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Review Article
Recent discovery and development on SARS-CoV-2: A review of current literature
The origin and spread of current novel coronavirus had raised serious concerns among stakeholders around the globe. Different speculations that may unfold the mystery in the future are taking roots,...
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ISSN - Print: 2249-4863,
Online: 2278-7135

Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, the official journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care Trust, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal.

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