A British Magazine Replaced Its Usual Celeb Cover Stars With Medical Heroes

Grazia's 'From the Frontline' edition showcases doctors and nurses fighting the coronavirus

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LONDON—As countries around the world face a shared pandemic, it is the frontline workers who have emerged as the most vital in every society—and none more so than the healthcare workers tirelessly attempting to fight back the spread of COVID-19.

Grazia, one of the U.K.’s most popular women’s magazines, has dedicated its latest edition to the National Health Service doctors, nurses and medical specialists battling to keep people alive.

The Bauer Media-owned weekly title has replaced its usual celebrity cover star with four female healthcare professionals.

The magazine has been printed in four versions to showcase different healthcare professionals: Dr.



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