Medics appeal for more to get higher level PPE
05/01/2021 | news | health | 277
The group want staff to be given the type of high-quality masks usually only worn in intensive care.
Id just like to personally thank the Chinese for this Pandemic, and may we all do our utmost to continue to by crap from them for the foreseeable. Or at least till we all become communists. Removed
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05/01/2021 12:52:42 5 1
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Is that you Donald ?
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05/01/2021 12:54:45 1 0
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Donald Trump is on BBC HYS!
Id just like to personally thank the Chinese for this Pandemic, and may we all do our utmost to continue to by crap from them for the foreseeable. Or at least till we all become communists. Removed
It's a bit early to call Idiot Of the Month, but... Removed
No one should be wearing PPE. If you don't wear it, the sooner you will get COVID and can get on with your lives. The average age of COVID death is 82, so having COVID increases your life expectancy from the national average of 81. Removed
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05/01/2021 13:03:04 2 0
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Your logic doesn't make sense. They are two completely difference data sets and the second one is affected by a whole range of other death causes from car accidents to cancer.
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05/01/2021 13:08:26 1 0
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Edward think it through, if doctors and nurses get it they will; be off ill and the hospitals will not cope; they will pass it on to their families; young people can also get seriously ill and even die; not all of the staff are young; an infected doctor or nurse can infect patients and other staff
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05/01/2021 13:17:29 0 0
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Your just assuming when you catch it you will survive. Want to put it to the test?
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05/01/2021 12:42:28 18 4
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And why not. If we're being asked to wear 2 layer masks it seems unreasonable to ask them to risk their lives every day with less than 100% equipment.
"Risk their lives?" - utter over dramatic nonsense. Removed
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05/01/2021 13:23:48 2 0
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Medical personnel have, and continue to, contract Covid in their workplace, and sadly some of those die from it. So yes, there is a risk to life.... it may be a very small percentage, but they are still people who could have been better protected in their jobs and many of those few would still be alive if they were better protected.
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05/01/2021 13:27:56 1 0
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Go work there yourself if your so sure it's safe.
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05/01/2021 13:30:30 2 0
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Tell that to the 200+ NHS staff who have died of Covid.
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Ask Mr han cock for some that's sitting in a empty field jobs for mates the wealth shift is unreal only some have eyes open. Removed
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05/01/2021 12:33:43 66 11
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As a recently retired GP I have kept in touch with friends and colleagues who are struggling both inside and outside the hospital I am amazed at the Covid deniers and people who do not follow simple instructions to keep us all safe.It’s NOT a joke nor is it just the elderly it’s people between 20 to 50 now dying of Covid.Please following the rules genuinely SAVES LIVES .
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05/01/2021 12:19:08 21 2
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Hospitals must be made safer for staff and patients According to PHE figures published yesterday 8% of people catch Covid-19 in hospitals compared to 5% in pubs
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