Guidelines on Dead Body Management

March 30, 2020

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has produced a guideline on dead body management in hospital settings. This includes; standard precautions, training in infection and prevention control, proper removal of the body from isolation room or area, environmental cleaning and disinfectant, handing of a dead body in a mortuary, embalming, autopsies etc. 

To find the full guideline, click here:

COVID19 Guidelines on Dead Body Management

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