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Descriere: epa09417589 An Indian nurse performs Bag Valve Mask (BVM) ventilation technique on a mannequin during the nurses training session on how to treat children diagnosed with COVID-19 coronavirus disease as a preventive measure of preparedness for the possible COVID-19 third wave at a private hospital in Chennai, India, 17 August 2021. The Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) in collaboration with the Tamil Nadu state government has started training sessions for nurses in pediatrics to handle children infected with COVID-19 coronavirus disease in anticipation of third wave of COVID-19. Approximately 30,000 nurses across the state of Tamil Nadu being trained through virtual medium, live and offline sessions with mannequins at individual hospitals, which involves four modules on how to treat pediatric patients. During the first two COVID-19 waves, majority of the children were asymptomatic and the mortality rate among the children who were hospitalized due to COVID-19 was 2.4 percent in India. The Tamil Nadu state government has started preparations to develop medical infrastructure by establishing more pediatric intensive care units and conducting nurses training sessions to treat more children diagnosed with Covid-19 coronavirus disease in emergency situations as a measure for the possible COVID-19 third wave. EPA/IDREES MOHAMMED