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Nearly 4,500 critically-ill patients are being treated in hospital beds every day in England

Posted On: Apr 13, 2021   |   Posted By: Daily Mail

Nearly 4,500 critically-ill patients are being treated in hospital beds every day in England

EXCLUSIVE: Data released by NHS England today shows the number of beds occupied fell around seven per cent last week, as Covid cases and death figures across the UK continue to fall.

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