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The Washington Post 4h
Navy removes captain who raised alarm about covid-19 on USS Theodore Roosevelt
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Lucy NHS 6h
The 57-year-old nurse, who had been self-isolating at home with coronavirus symptoms, was found by paramedics who broke down a bathroom door to reach him, but sadly he could not be saved
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BBC News (UK) 5h
Coronavirus: US Navy removes Captain Brett Crozier who raised alarm
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Lewis Goodall 8h
What's going on in social care? (thread) I spent the day in Hove, talking to social care providers and relatives of those in care. Everyone knew that this was a sector in crisis before. It's still in crisis but now with a lot of fear thrown in.
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Dr Amir Khan GP 17h
Hello! I am working in a “Red Zone” clinic for patients who may have symptoms of Coronavirus but aren’t unwell enough to go to hospital! I assess and treat them here and hopefully keep them safely at home so our hospital colleagues are not overwhelmed x
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Chris J Keelty🔶 19h
Virus crisis reveals Boris Johnson's astonishing incompetence via
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Panel Graphic Apr 1
URGENT HELP REQUIRED! Does any of our followers & friends have any contacts within the NHS to whom we can present these face shields to... ideally Medical Directors? Please share and help us to help our super hero's!
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richard horton 13h
Matt Hancock: “At each point we have been following medical and scientific advice.” You can see what’s happening: the government is going to blame health experts and scientists for their catastrophic policy failures.
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Kate🔶 GreenLibDem🌿 6h
Replying to @richardhorton1
The very first time appeared at a press conference, flanked by his government’s choice of experts, the ploy was obvious, given the preceding chorus of dissent/questions from many other ...
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Helen Belcher 🔶 7h
It's more than that, Ed. If you can't test you don't know where the virus is, so everyone has to stay locked down for longer just in case. If you can't test, the dying die alone and mourners mourn alone. Testing is vital for our society.
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Stephen McGann 6h
There is copious evidence, from many reputable sources, that show the UK had multiple warnings and chances to get across this crisis in a better way than it has. A harsh lesson in the duties of those who assume power must once again be delivered over the corpses of the powerless.
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Nicola Balmer 10h
Sorry nurses...you weren't important enough for a pay rise, now your lives lost are not important enough to be counted 😡
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Hollie McNish 7h
Spoke to my beautiful friend last night - a lung doctor in the nhs. She said, while its a lovely gesture, instead of just clapping please could you just never ever vote conservative again.
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Ed Davey MP 🔶🇪🇺 #StayHomeSaveLives #ProtectNHS 7h
Replying to @EdwardJDavey
Let’s be clear on Let’s talk numbers These are the real UK numbers, not pledges, not goals, just tests. They’re wholly inadequate levels; Germany’s next target is 200k/day. Why have I been pushing testing so hard since Feb? If you can’t test, you can’t treat.
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Ed Davey MP 🔶🇪🇺 #StayHomeSaveLives #ProtectNHS 9h
Finally seeing sensible testing no’s but our NHS/care workers needed this end of Feb NOT end April UK failed to fix bottlenecks clear at start of Feb: PPE, ventilators, testing, NHS capacity Why’s it taken so long? must be fixed sooner
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Robert Peston 7h
It was the Treasury not the banks that insisted on personal guarantees on emergency loans to small businesses - ITV News
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James O'Brien 13h
It's a woefully low bar but this press conference is by far the best health-based one so far. And hopefully, Matt Hancock inviting follow-up questions will set a new precedent.
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Mike Galsworthy 13h
Gah! complaining that Germany had more diagnostics capacity than UK when coronavirus crisis started. Well then *WHY* did the UK not participate in EU procurement scheme... and request diagnostics alongside PPE?
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Ian Dunt 20h
'There is no aspect of the political debate this virus does not challenge. Anyone calling for it not to be 'politicised' is just nervous about examining what it has revealed'
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James O'Brien 12h
It's possible that I'm overly-impressed by members of this government who are not obviously sociopaths.
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