The Guardian

The Guardian 6 May 2020

Inside intensive care: how debt-hit Greece beat coronavirus

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Despite a decade old financial crisis that decimated its hospitals, Greece appears to have handled the coronavirus pandemic well, with a far lower death toll than many other European nations. Dr. Yota Lourida, head of the Covid clinic at Sotiria Hospital in Athens, explains how her intensive care department dealt with the crisis, and the steps taken by the country to mitigate against potentially catastrophic outcomes


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