‘Let’s Save Some Lives’: A Doctor’s Journey Into the Pandemic

Maria J. Danford

There is no hope of outrunning the struggling that has settled into the healthcare facility and the world about it, so Andrew Ibrahim laces up his blue watertight sneakers and walks. In the time it has taken the daffodils to poke as a result of the loamy soil and dapple Ann Arbor with pale yellow blossoms—about as long as it has taken Covid-19 to get rid of some four,000 folks across Michigan and around sixty,000 in the United States—Ibrahim, a seventh-calendar year surgery resident at the College of Michigan’s healthcare facility program, has long gone from a semi-oblivious commuter to

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