Making a difference: UBC students help frontline medical workers during COVID-19

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COVID-19 may have changed every aspect of life as we know it—but it is also restoring our collective faith in humanity as stories emerge of people quietly lending a helping hand in their communities.

Among them are many UBC students, faculty, alumni and staff.

‘This is what we signed up for—being able to help our community’

When clinical rotations for medical students were suspended due to the outbreak, a group of UBC medical students quickly mobilized to do whatever they could to help.

 

https://www.med.ubc.ca/news/making-a-difference-ubc-students-help-frontline-medical-workers-during-covid-19/ 

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