Caring In A Crisis: How Covid Shaped A New Generation Of Doctors 1

Caring In A Crisis: How Covid Shaped A New Generation Of Doctors

 

Graduating from medical school at the height of the pandemic, Dr. Gabriela Ulloa started her career in a New York hospital full of Covid patients. She and reporter Emma Goldberg, author of “Life on the Line: Young Doctors Come of Age in a Pandemic,” join MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez to discuss how Covid has changed healthcare.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Caring In A Crisis: How Covid Shaped A New Generation Of Doctors

5 comments

  1. Just imagine how the vaccinated must feel knowing those special ingredients are inside of them right now

  2. These health care professionals should now be considered Veterans and should be treated as such. Instead they are being forced to take the vaccine or lose their job. They should have also received hazard pay and they did not. Government you just passed a trillion dollar infrastructure bill pay it back to these workers

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