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Running Head:MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF HEALTH WORKERS FOR COVID19PATIENTS1MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF HEALTH WORKERS FORCOVID19 PATIENTS
MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF HEALTH WORKERS FOR COVID19 PATIENTS2Table of ContentsIntroduction..............................................................................................................................3Covid 19 and the global context of the pandemic................................................................3Ethical Issues in Covid 19.......................................................................................................4Conclusion................................................................................................................................7References.................................................................................................................................8
MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF HEALTH WORKERS FOR COVID19 PATIENTS3IntroductionHealth care ethics involves vast areas of morally decision taking scenarios which arisedue to the practice of medicine along with the policies as well as procedures that arestructured in order to guide such decisions and practices. Human health is the most importand significant aspect of the body out of all the aspects of human life and body. Variousground breaking developments in the field of medicine and medical technologies bring alongdifferent novel as well as significant moral issues (Prentice et al. 2020).These issues usuallyarise about as an aftermath of developments in the genetic as well as reproductive knowledgeand creative innovations in the technologies in the field of medicine (Angelos 2020). Variousareas of moral issues and concern involves the clinical relationship between the sickindividual and the health care professional , the behavioural and biomedical subject researchof humans, abortion, euthanasia, allotting different health care services as well as thetransplantation and harvesting of several organs of the human body etc.There should be no reason of thinking healthcare professionals to be obliged to riskprofessionally their health, because of the lack of essential resources to perform their jobsafely.This essay will address the moral obligations of the health care workers for thetreatment of Covid 19 patients.Covid 19 and the global context of the pandemicThe spread of novel corona virus (COVID-19) has created significant issues formedicine and health care professionals, in all the affected countries in the world.challengesfor dentistry and medicine, and dental and medical schools, in all affected countries. Thespeed of the transmission and the kind of response to the pandemic around the world has beenvery fluctuating depending upon the different health care systems, political ideas as well asthe finances of the countries worldwide (Bakewell, Pauls, & Migneault, 2020).
MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF HEALTH WORKERS FOR COVID19 PATIENTS4The pandemic has created havoc globally, leading to deaths of millions of people tilldate and wrecking the financial as well a health status of countries worldwide.Theunexplainable pneumonia was first originated in Wuhan, China and by now, the numbers ofcases are increasing with a spike all over the world (Buerhaus, Auerbach, & Staiger, 2020).The older people with any underlying health risk or disease are at high risk and are morelikely to get infected with the corona virus as well as infants and children are also at risk ofdeveloping severe disease. The treatment and intervention for the pandemic by now, mainly

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