Covid-19: ‘Don’t end up like us, please’

Covid-19: ‘Don’t end up like us, please’

Cases of coronavirus have fallen by almost a quarter across the UK in the last week, showing that the current lockdown is having an effect. But hospital admissions are still rising.

Ten hospital trusts across England have reported having no spare critical care beds – despite extra capacity being added.

The BBC’s Clive Myrie has been to the Royal London Hospital and spent time with staff struggling to cope, as well as one family experiencing the grief this pandemic is causing.

Camera: David McIlveen, Producer: Sam Piranty

Watch Clive Myrie’s Royal London Hospital reports from May 2020:

Life and death on coronavirus ward

How coronavirus has hit minorities harder

Prayers for the sick in community hit by Covid-19

Coronavirus: What happens next?

Published at Mon, 18 Jan 2021 18:05:32 +0000

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