“We will be forced to make difficult choices” – Il Tempo

Some British hospitals may be forced to make “difficult choices”, such as halting visits, in wards to limit the spread of the Omicron version of the new coronavirus. It was said, ‘The Guardian’, reports Matthew Taylor, managing director of the Confederation of National Health Services. Taylor said the explosion of Covid infections “will test the limits of the National Health Service’s capacity to exceed the common cold”.

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Although severe cases of covid are limited, the number of hospitalizations in British hospitals has peaked since last January due to the high number of infected people and above all records that hospital staff are absent because they are infected. Healthcare cases have nearly doubled in a month. According to rumours, reported by the British press, the work-from-home compulsion in England could be extended for the entire month of January, thus trying to reduce contact in offices.

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