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10.25259/JRHM_5_2021
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Reopening of a clinic providing infertility services during COVID-19 pandemic: A case study

Departmemt of Reproductıve Bıomedıcıne, Natıonal Instıtute of Health and Famıly Welfare, New Delhı, India
Community Health Administration Resident, Natıonal Instıtute of Health and Famıly Welfare, New Delhı, India
Corresponding author: K. R. Athıra, Community Health Administration Resident, Natıonal Instıtute of Health and Famıly Welfare, New Delhı, India. athira@nihfw.org
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How to cite this article: Shahrawat R, Athıra KR. Reopening of a clinic providing infertility services during COVID-19 pandemic: A case study. J Reprod Healthc and Med 2021;2:15.

Abstract

The coronavirus pandemic had been wreaking havoc in our lives for almost a year now. The pandemic and response to the pandemic by authorities and public had decreased the utilization of both essential and non-essential health-care services. This is a case study about how a clinic under National Institute of Health and Family Welfare was able to provide infertility services during the pandemic following safety precautions. Furthermore, the case study observed a reduction in utilization of infertility services during the pandemic era.

Keywords

Coronavirus disease 2019
Infertility services utilization
Safety precautions

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