A red phone box stands in an empty street in Westminster, in London on March 29, 2020 [AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali]

London, United Kingdom – When 35-year-old medical courier Alex Marshall picked up seven coronavirus samples from a cancer clinic in London, one thought lingered in his mind as he cycled to The Doctors Laboratory (TDL), which provides pathology services to the United Kingdom’s state-funded National Health Service (NHS).

“They were high-risk patients who are likely to die,” he says. “It was overwhelmingly upsetting. You see all these reports on social media of people being infected with the virus, but I feel very affected when I’m actually able to look at their names, and see specimens that have been taken from their bodies.”

He describes

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