NIA joins investigation into AIIMS Delhi server failure Sources

The server at AIIMS in New Delhi has been down, and the administrators have been manually managing OPD and sample collection . The hospital services are now in manual mode as of 7.30 p.m.

New Delhi, India, November 25: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) joined the ongoing investigation into the AIIMS server failure on Friday, according to reports.According to sources, internet services at the AIIMS will remain offline until the e-Hospital is down, according to sources.AIIMS, New Delhi, is expected to accept, discharge, and transfer applications manually.In a statement, the hospital said that death and birth certificates should be made manually on forms, as per instructions from the working committee.

According to the working committee's call, only urgent reports will be sent with reports.The AIIMS reported a problem with its server on Wednesday.The server at AIIMS in New Delhi has been down, and the administrators have been manually managing OPD and sample collection, according to a statement released by the hospital.The AIIMS said that it is taking steps to restore the online services and is requesting help from the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) and the National Informatics Centre (NIC).

All these services are currently in manual mode, according to the hospital.The AIIMS' national informatics center (NIC) team has been notified that this could be a ransomware attack, which is being investigated by appropriate law enforcement authorities.The AIIMS statement further stated that measures are being taken to restore the internet services and that assistance is being sought from the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) and the National Informatics Centre (NIC).The hospital services are now in manual mode as of 7.30 p.m., the hospital says.

However, those who do not have a Unique Health Identifier are being plagued in this regard.According to the statement, the administration is also facing difficulties with admission and discharge of patients.

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