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How medical students are adjusting to hands-off learning amid COVID-19


The coronavirus has pulled many medical students from their clinical rotations. Students normally log countless hours in hospitals, interacting with patients and getting comfortable around high stress medical emergencies, but things have changed during the coronavirus pandemic. NBC News medical fellow and 4th year medical student, Akshay Syal, reports on how students are learning without patients.