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CNN 16 Nov 2020

What dying Covid-19 patients told nurse stuns Camerota

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CNN's Alisyn Camerota speaks with Jodi Doering, a nurse from South Dakota who says some of her coronavirus patients often don't want to believe that Covid-19 is real, even in their dying moments.


There are now more Covid-19 patients in UK hospitals than there were on the day of lockdown in March.

At one hospital on Merseyside, there are currently 90 patients being treated. There were only 7 a month ago.

Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by health editor Hugh Pym at Whiston Hospital in Knowsley and by medical editor Fergus Walsh.
Frontline health care workers have been fighting the coronavirus for over six months, treating and even contracting the virus themselves. Medical staff from across the country described what treating patients with Covid-19 has been like.
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The European Union will finance the transfer of patients across borders within the bloc to prevent hospitals from getting overwhelmed as Covid-19 infections and hospitalizations spike in the continent.

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