Birmingham: An NHS Nightingale hospital at the National Exhibition Centre will add an initial 500 beds, with the potential to grow to 2,000 if necessary.Manchester: An NHS Nightingale hospital at the Central Convention Complex will add 500 beds, with the capacity to expand to 1,000.Glasgow: The NHS Louisa Jordan Hospital is being built at the Scottish Events Campus (SEC). The hospital will provide an initial 300 beds with scope to increase the number of patients to 1,000 if necessary. It is believed the facility will be ready to open in the next two weeks and is named after a First World War nurse from Glasgow who lost her life in Serbia.Elsewhere in Scotland: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said the Scottish Government wants to quadruple ICU beds to more than 700 but it looks as if much of this will happen within existing hospital facilities.Harrogate: The town's Convention Centre is being converted to take up to 500 patients from Yorkshire and the north-east of England.Bristol: A … [Read more...] about Chilling pictures show the giant liquid oxygen tanks being used at make-shift NHS Nightingale hospital in Yorkshire
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Contain the virusDelay its transmissionResearch its originsMitigate its impactIn its 27-page plan to deal with a major outbreak, the government said in a worst case scenario up to 80% of the population could become infected, with people hospitalised with pneumonia and a relatively high death rate among the elderly and frail. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: 48 new cases confirmed in UK’s biggest daily jump – taking total to 164
3) Los Angeles Lakers Not many teams in sports manage to fail up like the Lakers, who find themselves in the thick of the championship hunt despite a bevy of backroom drama including the surprise resignation of team president Magic Johnson and a muddled coaching search that ended with the appointment of Frank Vogel. The splashy trade for Anthony Davis gives them a second franchise player alongside LeBron James, making them instant contenders if both stay healthy despite the steep cost of Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Josh Hart, three first-round picks, a pick exchange and cash. The failed courtship of Kawhi Leonard, who signed with their Staples Center co-tenants, was followed quickly by a series of tactical signings including Danny Green, Quinn Cook and Jared Dudley. They also added DeMarcus Cousins, who is a question mark after injuries sustained during the playoffs but who could pose a nightmare for opposing frontcourts alongside Davis if he’s even anything resembling his old … [Read more...] about After a crazy summer, who rules the NBA?