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There are warnings under-pressure hospitals may be forced to prioritise Covid-19 patients by survivability if the UK can't slow the spread of the deadly virus There are warnings under-pressure hospitals may be forced to prioritise Covid-19 patients by survivability if the UK can't slow the spread of the deadly virus

Coronavirus: NHS doctors fear being forced to choose which patients get ventilators - Mirror Online

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They don't like to call it a gamble, nor even a calculated risk.They don't like to call it a gamble, nor even a calculated risk.

As the UK faces lockdown to save the NHS, this is how the health service ended up in such a perilous state

“READ: William and Kate praise NHS staff as 'the very best of our country' during visit to a busy 111 call centre. (Cos we are all proud of our ⁦@NHSuk⁩ people now, more than ever) 💙💙 https://t.co/GoXz43FAxU”

Chris Ship on Twitter: "READ: William and Kate praise NHS staff as 'the very best of our country' during visit to a busy 111 call centre. (Cos we are all proud of our ⁦@NHSuk⁩ people now, more than ever) 💙💙 https://t.co/GoXz43FAxU"

“We are urging many former doctors and nurses to return and join our NHS. Beating coronavirus is a national effort, and we all must play our part. https://t.co/I1DmJ8vPdc”

Matt Hancock on Twitter: "We are urging many former doctors and nurses to return and join our NHS. Beating coronavirus is a national effort, and we all must play our part.… https://t.co/D57LB7J8JO"

“Proud to have passed my @NWAmbulance Community First Responder Annual Assessment today so I can volunteer and help our @NHSuk in the coming weeks #StayHomeSaveLives”

Andrew Stephenson MP on Twitter: "Proud to have passed my @NWAmbulance Community First Responder Annual Assessment today so I can volunteer and help our @NHSuk in the coming weeks #StayHomeSaveLives… https://t.co/FOPvNLd24I"

“Shocking. This is no way to treat frontline NHS medics, facing significant escalation in coronavirus cases within days. Unfortunately the problems supplying PPE are not "completely resolved now", as dep chief medic Dr Jenny Harries said today #coronavirus https://t.co/9PyOQia940”

Oly Duff on Twitter: "Shocking. This is no way to treat frontline NHS medics, facing significant escalation in coronavirus cases within days. Unfortunately the problems supplying PPE are not "completely resolved now", as dep chief medic Dr Jenny Harries said today #coronavirus https://t.co/9PyOQia940"

Overwhelmed doctors will be given new guidelines to help them decide which coronavirus victims should potentially live or die if they run out of intensive care beds or ventilators. The criteria – expected to be issued on Saturday – are a recognition that hospitals are likely to be faced with terrible choices in the weeks to come and cannot be expected to make them alone.Overwhelmed doctors will be given new guidelines to help them decide which coronavirus victims should potentially live or die if they run out of intensive care beds or ventilators. The criteria –

Coronavirus: NHS doctors to be given guidelines to help decide which victims should live or die | The Independent

SCHOOLS were inundated with requests for places yesterday after a long Government list of key workers entitled to send their children in for classes sparked confusion.SCHOOLS were inundated with requests for places yesterday after a long Government list of key workers entitled to send their children in for classes sparked confusion.

Coronavirus latest: Chaos at schools swamped by key worker requests | UK | News | Express.co.uk

Health officials are hastily preparing for a barrage of critically ill patients that could force them to ration equipment and medications.

Ethical dilemmas in the age of coronavirus: Whose lives should we save?

Who gets the ventilator? British doctors contemplate harrowing coronavirus care choices - International - World - Ahram Online

CORONAVIRUS | Britain has half the critical care beds per capita compared to Italy.

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing senior doctors in Britain's National Health Service to contemplate the unthinkable: how to ration access to critical care beds and ventilators.The coronavirus pandemic is forcing senior doctors in Britain's National Health Service to contemplate the unthinkable: how to ration access to critical care beds and ventilators.