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'Tears were running all over my face': ICU medics on caring for Covid-19 patients - photo essay

Magnum photographer Stuart Franklin was given access to photograph in West Middlesex hospital ICU, and spoke to medical staff working there and in the emergency Nightingale hospital in east London

“I have honestly never been more proud to be a nurse,” Jade Thorne, 29, a senior diabetes specialist nurse, said after spending the most traumatic few weeks of her life tending to Covid-19 patients in two London hospitals. Her last shift at the Nightingale hospital was on 4 May. Nursing, for her, was always a vocation: “I have never, ever, wanted to do anything else.”

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