Medical schools in Ireland moved up their exams so young doctors could help in coronavirus pandemic.
About 1,300 students are expected to graduate from the country’s six medical schools, according to the Irish Times.
Some of them will be eligible to work by next month.
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While the coronavirus has led to some schools canceling their exams, medical schools in Ireland have moved theirs up so new doctors can take their place on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Irish Times.
“People often talk about young people being snowflakes or self-centered,” said Prof. Hannah McGee, dean at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland told the Times. “Yet, they have taken on early exams, with a