'We All Suffer From Trauma and Post-trauma – but Medical Teams Even More So'

From psychologists to respiratory technicians: Israel's fifth COVID wave has caught health care personnel in hospitals and clinics in a state of unbearable devastation - emotionally, physically and financially

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Ronny Linder
Ronny Linder
Ronny Linder
Ronny Linder

It began with applause from balconies, citations of honor and endless deliveries of gifts and food to the hospitals during the first wave of the COVID-19 crisis – but since then almost everything has gone wrong for the medical professionals at the forefront of the battle against the pandemic.

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