Meet the Majadlas: An Arab Family of Doctors on Israel's Coronavirus Front Lines

Dina Kraft
Dina Kraft
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Dr. Riad Majadla’s 20-hour days begin in darkness, before sunrise. He awakens at 5 A.M. at home in the Arab village of Baka al-Garbiyeh in central Israel, and is soon driving south to Sharon Hospital 50 kilometers (30 miles) away, where he is the director of the coronavirus department at the only hospital in the country that's specifically designated for those who have contracted the virus.

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