Source: Sutton and Corydon Guardian
By Orlando Jenkinson
Dr Imran Malik, acute care consultant at Epsom Hospital during the Covid-19 pandemic.
With tens of thousands of deaths in the UK alone, it can be easy to become numbed to the scale of the suffering and pain caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
One acute care doctor at Epsom Hospital has sought to cut through the statistics of coronavirus and show its face up close by sharing his experiences on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Dr Imran Malik is a Consultant in Acute Medicine at the Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.
As such he was thrust into the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic when cases began to balloon several months ago.
Dr Malik told the Comet that the early days of the pandemic were fraught with difficulties as the medical community raced to learn more about Covid-19 even as it spread across the UK and beyond.
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