India is experiencing the world’s worst COVID-19 outbreak since the pandemic began. Hundreds of thousands of new infections are reported daily. Lacking the necessary hospital beds, oxygen, or other resources to respond, an estimated one million people could die by August.
Reset talks with two local doctors volunteering their time and expertise to help India pull through what many have called a “catastrophe.”
GUESTS: Dr. Sajal Tanna, infectious disease physician, Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine
Dr. Vineet Arora, assistant dean, UChicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine; volunteer with India COVID SOS