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Inside ICU, Turkish doctors rush back to work after coronavirus recovery

Reuters Wednesday, 15 April 2020
In the intensive care unit of a hospital in Istanbul, the heart of Turkey's coronavirus outbreak, doctors and nurses have rushed back to duty to fight against the pandemic days after recovering themselves from the disease.
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