The second episode in our series peers inside the life of Alaa Daghlas, a physician assistant at a Bronx hospital. From March 30-April 7 she kept audio diaries and recordings that she shared with The Post.

Daghlas contracted covid-19 while working at the hospital, and spent her time in self-isolation finding more masks for her hospital and preparing to return to her work on the front lines.

This is Alaa Daghlas's story, in her own words.

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The second episode in our series peers inside the life of Alaa Daghlas, a physician assistant at a Bronx hospital. From March 30-April 7 she kept audio diaries and recordings that she shared with The Post.

Daghlas contracted covid-19 while working at the hospital, and spent her time in self-isolation finding more masks for her hospital and preparing to return to her work on the front lines.

This is Alaa Daghlas's story, in her own words.

Share your story
Tell us how your life has changed due to the coronavirus outbreak, and help us share first person accounts of life during the pandemic.

Previous episodes:

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