Sandeep Jauhar | Q&A: “With protective gear in short supply, do doctors have a duty to provide COVID-19 care?” (CBC Radio)
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Q&A: “With protective gear in short supply, do doctors have a duty to provide COVID-19 care?” (CBC Radio)

Q&A: “With protective gear in short supply, do doctors have a duty to provide COVID-19 care?” (CBC Radio)

“The personal protective equipment issue has been mitigated somewhat over the last, you know, week or two weeks. But early on, before we really knew the scope of the pandemic out here, we were seeing patients without the proper masks.

So there’s no question that there’s a risk associated with it. The question, really, is: what level of risk do our professional obligations demand that we take on? And that is a difficult question…”