Healthcare workers in Pakistan are on the frontlines of the battle against the rising numbers of coronavirus cases across the country.
Not only are they at the greatest danger — working in an environment of infection — when they do get infected, it puts an even greater strain on the healthcare system, as those who tend to others themselves have to be cared for. Out of the 3,635 reported positive cases among medical professionals in Pakistan, 35 have already lost their lives to the pandemic.
Eos interviewed nine doctors from various major cities who contracted Covid-19 and have now recovered from the virus. They spoke about the circumstances of their infections, how they survived their isolation and the toll it took on their families.
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