The heartbreaking last texts of a hospital worker on the COVID-19 front lines

Lying in a hospital bed last month, Madhvi Aya understood what was happening to her.

She had been a doctor in India, then trained to become a physician assistant after she immigrated to the United States. She had worked for a dozen years at Woodhull Medical Center, a public hospital in Brooklyn, where she could see the coronavirus tearing a merciless path through the city.

Ambulances line up at the Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn on Thursday, April 2. Madhvi Aya had worked in Woodhull’s emergency room. –Victor J. Blue/The New York Times NEW YORK — Lying in a hospital bed last month, Madhvi Aya understood what was happening to her.

She had been a […]

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