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Coronavirus: UK response means NHS staff and patients will 'die unnecessarily', Lancet editor says

Independent Saturday, 28 March 2020
'[Ministers] had a duty to immediately put the NHS and British public on high alert... They didn't take any of those actions,' wrote Richard Horton
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