Junior doctor Alison Stainsby from Rutland started working for the NHS four months early to help fight the coronavirus pandemic
When the UK’s lockdown started in March, millions of workers left their jobs not knowing when they would return.
Many people continue to wait in the wings until they can go back safely, but for final-year medical students it was a different tale.
Alison Stainsby is among thousands of junior doctors who started their careers early to fight the pandemic.
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