SACRAMENTO, CA (KGO) — The surge in coronavirus circumstances is proving very difficult for frontline well being care employees and particularly for one Northern California emergency room physician.
Bay Space native and part-time physician at UCSF, Dr. Taylor Nichols, spoke with ABC Information about his current encounter with a COVID-19 affected person, adorned with swastika and Nazi tattoos on his chest.
Dr. Nichols, who’s Jewish, explains how he and his crew, a Black nurse and an Asian respiratory therapist at a Sacramento-area hospital, labored to deal with the person identical to they might some other coronavirus affected person.
“All of us knew what he considered us. How he valued our lives. But right here we have been, working seamlessly as a crew to verify we gave him the most effective likelihood to outlive that we might,” he tweeted Monday.
“I see the SS tattoo and take into consideration what he may take into consideration having a Jewish doctor taking good care of him now, or how a lot he would have cared about my life if the roles have been reversed.”