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With another 1,401 COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours and a total of 8,686 deaths in the past 7 days, some would argue that this situation only exists because of a lack of preparedness, poor government decision-making, and delayed action, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
Critical care has become the major issue as hospital admissions have reached dangerously high numbers in recent weeks (currently one admission every 30 seconds), with very poorly patients infected with the virus requiring the vital extra care and support our NHS provides, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
The intensity and severity of the situation being managed by those working in our NHS hospitals shouldn’t be forgotten with admissions to hospitals, those already in hospitals, and those requiring intensive care, all remaining at extremely high levels, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
The latest Covid-19 UK data underlines the massive pressure being managed by the NHS – with new admissions to hospital, those already in hospital, and those requiring intensive care all at the highest levels since the beginning of the pandemic, Dr Joe Pajak writes.