In November, the NHS was down to its lowest bed capacity ever. The man responsible, 'Sir' Simon Stephens, the Tory-appointed head of NHS England, spent 10 years in America promoting private healthcare with the notorious United Health. He should be sacked.https://t.co/wl7e55qXPq— John Pilger (@johnpilger) March 29, 2020
People staying at home suffering with suspected #coronavirus symptoms will get regular check-ins and advice from a new NHS messaging service launched today. Read more about our new service, which has been developed with @NHSBSA @NHSDigital and @NHSX. https://t.co/LT6xp413ys pic.twitter.com/qyZgBJAWWE— NHS England and NHS Improvement (@NHSEngland) March 28, 2020
"It's possible to get on top of this virus."— Professor Karol Sikora (@ProfKarolSikora) March 28, 2020
Good positivity from NHS England Medical Director Prof Stephen Powis.
Very impressed with the response of the Government's science team.
If we all play our part it's more than possible, it's inevitable.
💥 MEDICS 💥— Rachel Clarke (@doctor_oxford) March 29, 2020
If you're feeling daunted about palliative care for patients with #COVID19, new @NHSEngland guidance is out now. Includes really helpful treatment summaries for the 4 key symptoms (dyspnoea, cough, delirium, fever).
Pls share.#pallicovid https://t.co/tO8fJe3mek
It is becoming clear that Public Health England and the NHS will have serious questions to answer about failure to prepare, and failure to react faster with testing. Germany shows it can be done. https://t.co/ElC246XztM— Matt Ridley (@mattwridley) March 29, 2020
Coronavirus: M25 graffiti replaced with NHS thank you https://t.co/lxt3mNqov4— BBC Look East (@BBCLookEast) March 30, 2020
Dr Adil El Tayar, 63 years old, was an organ transplant consultant and became the first working NHS surgeon to die in the UK from coronavirus.— Miqdaad Versi (@miqdaad) March 29, 2020
He was also the cousin of BBC journalist @TheZeinabBadawihttps://t.co/sDQmYIGuD6
"NHS staff are really working hard so please be kind to them"— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) March 30, 2020
Chief Nursing Officer for England, Ruth May (@CNOEngland), tells #BBCBreakfast some nurses and #NHS staff have been receiving abuse
More here: https://t.co/9uY5bzAoRP pic.twitter.com/650ucrQoKk
We asked for 250,000 #NHSVolunteerResponders, we got 750,000!! All signed up to help relieve pressure on the NHS in England💙— Royal Voluntary Service (@RoyalVolService) March 29, 2020
Recruitment has been paused & we kindly ask anyone who is still interested in applying to wait a few weeks until we’re reopen. Thank you everyone! pic.twitter.com/b1N27SjD3H
"Now is not the time to be complacent" - NHS England's Stephen Powis says "we can beat this virus" but only if we reduce "spread and transmission"— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) March 28, 2020
If we are to keep within NHS capacity, "every one of us has a part to play" https://t.co/20Qwef9qiY pic.twitter.com/1WlmW3XtCg
These England cricketers have registered with the NHS to join the fight against COVID-19.— ICC (@ICC) March 30, 2020
Class from Heather Knight and Sophia Dunkley 👏
Showing the way on and off the field! pic.twitter.com/MhUM7BSsJU
Message of support for NHS painted on bridge on the M25 known for its graffiti https://t.co/7ZhnE7oSOK— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) March 30, 2020