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Old 03-24-2020, 04:16 PM
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Also, there is a lot of ancillary work that has to be done in the hospital, even if it is only paperwork.

I am sure that many of the last-year students or retired doctors/nurses are put to work in peripheral tasks that have to be done by somebody with at least some knowledge of nursing and medicine, freeing the rest of the doctors and nurses to dedicate themselves 100% to treating the patients.

As an aside - all the medical and nursing students that happened to be doing their final training and residencies when this thing exploded...... talk about a baptism of fire!! If they get through this in one piece, they are going to be incredibly well prepared......
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