“We’re having to skip meal breaks or work hours late to meet basic needs of patients,” says Emma Scott-Spivey, a 23-year-old student paramedic, based in North Yorkshire. Meanwhile in Birmingham, junior doctor Kishan Bodalia, 27, is having a similar experience. They’ve told us about the impact Omicron is having on their jobs in the NHS. Take a look.

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