When Coronavirus Care Gets Lost in Translation

Because personal protective equipment is in short supply in hospitals across the country, few clinical interpreters are able to work in person with COVID-19 patients. This situation is multiplying the challenges for front-line doctors and non-English-speaking patients. -Quote from the article

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