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Working in the emergency department of Brookdale Hospital in Brooklyn, Dr. Arabia Mollette is on the front lines of the coronavirus battle every day. While acknowledging that “it is a medical war zone that we were unprepared for” and that some health care workers there have caught the virus, she says, “we are remaining strong because that is what we need to do.”