ICU Nurse Says Anti-Lockdown Protests ‘Had ITU Staff Breaking Down in Tears’ | Good Morning Britain

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Intensive care medic Dave Carr, from London’s St Thomas Hospital, talks to Good Morning Britain about the state of the NHS following the holiday period as COVID cases continue to rise. The medic, who is second-in-command in the overrun critical unit inside the capital’s most resourced hospital, where Boris Johnson’s life was saved during the pandemic, warns that the second Covid-19 wave will kill many more than the first. He says thousands of lives will be lost unnecessarily unless emergency measures are enforced now.

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Broadcast on 04/01/2020

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