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Working in a Covid hospital: how common is it? Should I make it a focal point of application?


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Apr 10, 2019
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I know lots of people will be talking about covid in their essays, goes without saying. And that lots of people will be contributing to the pandemic response remotely. However I work as an orderly/patient transporter in a covid hospital, constantly in close contact with covid patients (took job after pandemic started). Will this stick out, or are tons of premeds working in covid hospitals right now? Hard to gauge as I could not find threads on this specifically.
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