Medical nonprofits face the pandemic

Media narratives have focused on the supposed ignorance and indifference of the general public since the pandemic set in four months ago. But two social projects tell a different story.

Mersal and the January 25 Hospital are healthcare nonprofits that provide medical services to all. They had already been in operation when the pandemic hit. But the two socially funded operations have seen their workload swell several-fold during the crisis, as they swabbed suspected patients, provided treatment and secured intensive care for those with severe symptoms.

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