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NEW DELHI : Healthcare in rural India rides largely on untrained people, a new study said, adding that unqualified healthcare providers in some states are better than even the trained doctors in some other states.Three out of four health workers operate without medical qualifications in rural areas, said the study, which assumes significance against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic reaching the hinterland.The study, Two Indias: The structure of primary health care markets in rural Indian villages with implications for policy, was conducted by Georgetown University, Center for Innovation and Impact, Global Health Bureau, USAID, University of California US and Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.

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