Huge gulf in hospitals’ ability to contain Covidon August 13, 2021 at 1:13 am

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Hospital-acquired Covid ranged from 1% to 25% of cases in different hospitals.

“There will be tragedy behind this story, people that came into hospital with one problem, caught Covid and sadly died,” one of the researchers, Prof Calum Semple, from the University of Liverpool, said.

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