More than 9,000 people who have coronavirus are now being treated in hospital, NHS England’s president states.
Sir Simon Stevens confessed the number is “only going to increase”, while on a check out to the brand-new NHS Nightingale Hospital in London.
He assured the public that such services and “mass mobilisation” will increase the variety of people medics can deal with.
“This has been an extraordinary team effort on the part of nurses and doctors and therapists and pharmacists across London, but also volunteers and paramedics and people returning to help,” he stated.
“And when these services are needed, they will be available beginning later this week, and because this is a global health emergency we’re actually seeing similar types of hospitals being established in Berlin and Madrid and New York.”
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