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The crisis has turned an already difficult job upside down. From the article:

“A few weeks ago, a 911 call for “respiratory distress” would have sent emergency medical technicians — E.M.T.s — rushing into the building to examine the man and take his vitals. Now with coronavirus infections sweeping through the region, the emergency medical workers of Paterson, a poor, industrial city in the penumbra of pandemic-stricken New York, are working in a new, upside-down reality: Don’t go in a home, don’t touch the patient, and don’t take anyone to the hospital, unless absolutely necessary.”

Marina (Ph.D., Biology)

Marina (Ph.D., Biology)

B.S. in Biochemistry ('02) and Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology ('12).

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