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What it's like being a paramedic on the COVID frontline


This Is What It’s Like To Be A Paramedic On The Coronavirus Frontline

During this pandemic, it’s been business as usual for ambulance crews – just in aprons, boots, masks and goggles.

When I was offered the opportunity to go out and work as an ambulance clinical assistant during the coronavirus pandemic, I didn’t need to think twice. As a second-year paramedic science student it hit home that, with the number of ambulance crews growing in the face of coronavirus, this was a valuable chance to see how big an impact Covid-19 is having on the NHS and society as a whole. 

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