Operations axed again now ward beds fill up
The Sunday Mirror|November 01, 2020
BRITAIN faces a second national crisis as Covid-hit hospitals halt operations.
LAURA CONNOR

At least 16 major NHS trusts have cancelled elective operations pushed back from the first wave in March – with around nine more set to follow.

Hundreds of thousands of people are in serious pain and face uncertainty as their health deteriorates.

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