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Red levels of staffing are the norm’: NHS workers on coping with Covid

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The number of Covid patients in hospitals in England and Scotland has continued to rise this week, as NHS England reached a deal with private hospitals to free up beds amid the outbreak of Omicron cases.

Meanwhile, Covid staff absences in England rose to their highest level since the introduction of the vaccine. The number of NHS workers in England off sick because of Covid was up by 41% in the week to 2 January, according to the latest figures.

Five health workers describe some of the challenges they are facing, including understaffing, waiting times and bed-blocking.

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Source: The Guardian, 14 January 2022

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