Non-COVID-19 Hospital Care Back ‘Soon’ Says UK Govt And Medtech Industry
While the UK government remains preoccupied with securing sufficient COVID-19 PPE supplies and increasing testing volumes, with beds and capacity freeing up, a return to other forms of critical care is likely soon.
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