$484 million boost for UK NHS to meet winter crisis:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK government has confirmed it will give the National Health Service an extra £300 million ($484 million) to help avoid a looming winter crisis. The money will be found by re-allocating funds away from other government departments. The British Medical Association welcomed the funds, stressing that they should be used for patient care and to open closed wards to cope with the expected inflow, not to help cover hospital overdrafts.
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