“COVID is not an exaggeration,” Nesheiwat said. “I have seen firsthand patients dying in my arms. It is heart-wrenching to see someone’s life taken too soon. The virus can affect anyone at any age. It is still here and it’s deadly.”
Makary agreed, reiterating how the virus affects all of society, especially the most vulnerable members, such as children, those with disabilities and the elderly. But nonetheless he remains optimistic and urges others to do the same.
“This is not a fate we have to accept, but one we can impact,” Makary said.
A new study in New York City has revealed several key findings related to the Coronavirus and those who were hospitalized from it.
What if we wrote about the common flu like we wrote about the Coronavirus right now?