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Hospitals in Liverpool are treating more coronavirus patients than they were during the peak of the first wave of the pandemic, the medical director has said.
Dr Tristan Cope, a consultant and the medical director of Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs the Royal, Aintree and Broadgreen hospitals in the city, used Twitter to highlight the scale of the problem.
Sadly we are now treating more patients in hospital with Covid-19 @LivHospitals than we did in April at the peak of the first wave and numbers continue to rise.
So important that people in #liverpool and @LivCityRegion adhere to social distancing restrictions.#HandsFaceSpace
Treating so many covid patients in addition to usual acute and emergency care of patients with non-covid conditions puts a huge strain on @LivHospitals staff. Thank you to all our staff for their incredible hard work and dedication in dealing with this very difficult situation.
We can all help reduce that pressure by doing the right thing and taking some very simple measures: washing our hands frequently, keeping our distance from others from outside our household and wearing face coverings in indoor settings.#HandsFaceSpace
The shadow health minister Rosena Allin-Khan sent out more than 1,600 letters on pre-paid House of Commons stationery in breach of the rules, an inquiry has found. As PA Media reports, the Commons standards committee recommended that Allin-Khan should repay the £1,142.52 cost of sending the “Brexit Update” letter to voters in her Tooting constituency in the run-up to last year’s general election.
The parliamentary commissioner for standards, Kathryn Stone, found that the letter used “public resources to highlight to a group of voters her position and record on an issue that was one of the key themes of the imminent election”. The committee noted that it was the third time Allin-Khan had been found to have breached the rules in three years.