‘If he’d murdered someone he’d be out now’ – a couple’s battle to get their son out of the hospital he’s been held in since 2001.
Staffing shortages and pandemic fatigue add to complications. From: New York Times
from: BBC News The Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust says there is “unprecedented demand” on services.
Staffing shortages at long-term care facilities are preventing hospitals from discharging patients and admitting new ones. From: New York Times
Outside a London hospital in June. Because of delays caused by the pandemic, five million patients in England are waiting for planned surgeries or treatment. From: New York Times
After the Taliban took over, Western donor nations withdrew from a program that financed clinics across the country through the Afghan health ministry, the W.H.O. said. From: New York Times
from: BBC News A series of failings was found in the care offered to three adults with learning disabilities.
Protesters have harassed health care workers in three provinces, as well as politicians. From: New York Times
The aftermath of Hurricane Ida presented problems to some of the state’s hospitals, particularly in the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic. From: New York Times
Ho Chi Minh city – “As missionaries of the love that flows from the heart of Jesus, we adapt to every situation and overcome all difficulties so that our brothers and sisters receive a message of love and salvation. We work as caregivers, we spiritually support the sick to let them experience care, compassion and… Leggi tutto »
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday morning.
from: BBC News Hospital-acquired Covid ranged from 1% to 25% of cases in different hospitals.
from: BBC News Torrential rain saw severe flooding in homes, roads and tube stations in parts of London on Sunday.