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UKZN Medical School class of 2021: “Mzansi is in safe hands”

(Source: - @nobcy_mac)

It’s always incredible seeing full-time medical students in action as they get to show their unique love for their industry of choice. It’s one of the most difficult careers in the world as it requires a lot of hard work, dedication, patience, tolerance, and never say die mentality. Truth be told, medical students require a lot of energy that will make them get through busy days. If it’s not the theory that’s making them have sleepless nights then it’s practicals. As they want to make it out of medical school with their qualifications and go out there to work in hospitals and clinics. 

This is the time whereby medical practitioners are a necessity in South Africa and across the world, due to the high rise of the COVID-19 pandemic that has exhausted many healthcare systems. Medical students will have their plates full nowadays as they have patients to see the whole day. In a way that most of them end up cutting their breaks and working long shifts. This might need a lot of multitasking as some medical students have families too that need their love and affection. It’s all about finding that school and life balance in a way that they tick all the boxes in their lives. Now, a beautiful female medicine student by the name of @nobcy_mac on Twitter has shared an amazing picture of future doctors.

All wearing their uniform ready to serve different communities. A picture of final year medical students of the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Nelson Mandela School of Medicine has blown up on Twitter. “UKZN Medical School of 2021,” said @nobcy_mac on Twitter, as she was proud that all their hard work is now paying off. The post gained a lot of love from the Twitter community as it had over 130 comments, 1300 retweets, and 13400 likes. Other fellow South Africans were excited to see another class of medical doctors, as they hope that they can all make it and even get employed too.

@RakgadiMoT said, “Department of health please usher them to rural hospitals and clinics! They are desperately needed.”

@JasonKhumalo2 said, “I feel proud and sad at the sad at the same time. Sad because a lot of these doctors will join the thousands of other unemployed doctors.”

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Date: 22/10/2021

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