UK hospital crisis: Treatment for non-COVID-19 patients on hold

UK hospital crisis: Treatment for non-COVID-19 patients on hold

As hospitals in the United Kingdom struggle to treat more than 65,000 people infected with the novel coronavirus, other patients with serious ailments are being forced to wait.

Or they have the difficult choice of being treated in hospitals crammed with coronavirus cases, which could mean they risk contracting the disease.

Al Jazeera’s Nadim Baba reports from London.

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  1. Britain is the largest human testing ground in history.

    Patients with mild illness will be infected more and more without test and isolation.

    How long does the UK intend to maintain this? How many people are going to die in Britain? Millions?

    Praise the UK, adhere to the spirit of science, masks can verify three months' masks may provide a greater role.

  2. After a decade of the Tories underfunding & attempting to privatise the NHS, I’m not surprised. The funding NHS should be set at 12% of GDP like the rest of Europe (namely Germany, France etc) & rise with inflation but critically set into law.

  3. If Susie Smith is genuine, she needs to copy and paste the following link to YouTube and then take the real parasites that are putting her life in danger to the cleaners!!!!! "Medical Doctor Blows C-Vi-Rus Scamdemic Wide Open – Andrew Kaufman M.D."

  4. Well in America, I worked in radiation oncology (retired). Our facility has about 1/3 to 1/2 our normal load now. It’s not because the facility won’t treat patients; it’s because patients and referring docs aren’t sending patients to be treat. Some cancers can wait, some CAN’T


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