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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Hospital chaplains on the coronavirus frontline. From FaceTiming worried families to helping doctors and nurses with "combat fatigue", spiritual care workers in hospitals have been thrust onto the pandemic's frontlines. Rocky Walker has come closer to death as a hospital chaplain in the coronavirus pandemic than he did as a soldier in the 1991 Gulf War. "It was very scary, very dangerous," he says. "Working in the ICUs and seeing all that suffering and seeing families being decimated by this thing: I didn't see that in combat, I saw it first hand here.". In America's present-day reckoning with death, spiritual care workers have been... Full story

11 July