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Two years after the outburst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States health care system and its workers took a very big toll and have forced our medical workers to their breaking point, including the patients. As of today,  Americans are in medical debt of atleast $140 million, more or less. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates that nearly half a million healthcare workers have quit their jobs since February of 2020. While...