The heads of more than 60 Accident & Emergency units have written to the Prime Minister warning that patients are “dying prematurely” amid “intolerable” safety risks.
It came as official figures show Accident and Emergency performance at major units is the worst on record, with fears the situation will worsen amid rising cases of norovirus and flu.
The letter from the most senior doctors at A&E units across the country said the health service is “chronically underfunded” and ill-prepared for winter.
They said more than 50 patients at a time had been left waiting for beds in casualty units, with 120 patients a day being managed in corridors, “some dying prematurely”.
The letter, reported by the Health Service Journal, told the prime minister that shortages of beds and staff meant patients were being put at higher risk of death. (View the full article is on the Telegraph – blocked by a paywall, however.)
It’s pretty obvious that the increase in emergencies and deaths goes back to the covid jab roll-out.
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