New Paltz High School alumnae graduate medical school together, face COVID-19 epicenter

From a young age, New Paltz High School graduates Giovanna Varuzza and Erva Khan had always aspired to become doctors. As fate would have it, these two recently anointed physicians were accepted to the same medical school, placed in the same dorm room and are now preparing to scrub up and enter into their respective medical fields – not only in the midst of from a young age a pandemic, but in its current epicenter, New York City . . .

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