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As foreign-born doctors in the US are fighting to keep COVID-19 patients alive, deportation is also a lingering fear. Meanwhile, doctors of color in the UK's National Health Service are the first to die from the novel coronavirus disease. We speak to journalists in the US and UK on the hardships that non-white doctors are facing.
In this episode:
Aina Khan, (@ainajkhan), a freelance journalist for Al Jazeera in London. Ashish Malhotra (@amalhotra2), an Al Jazeera producer and reporter with the Los Angeles Times.
Muslim minority doctors first to die on front line of UK pandemic
UK doctor who urged PM to provide protective gear dies of virus
Foreign doctors on US frontlines of COVID-19 fear deportation
US companies make medical supplies for New York to beat virus
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