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October to December 2020 | Vol. 13 | Issue 4 | 23-24
The Night May Be Dark, but the Morning Will Be Brighter!
Mayank Nilay
Department of Medical Genetics, Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India
Address for Correspondence Email: mnilay21@gmail.com
The year 2020 has been a strange and frustrating year. Everyone of us, whether doctors or the society as a whole, is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, though the scenario has changed considerably from the time the initial COVID-positive cases were detected in India to the present time when we have crossed millions of cases. Now we are more confident about the disease and management options and gradually the dismay has subsided with the large-scale use of face masks and hand hygiene. Lockdown, social distancing and the COVID-19 scare greatly affected patient-hospital interactions. Patients with cancer, thalassemia and rare metabolic diseases who need to visit the hospital on a regular basis for their treatment have been particularly affected.
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