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Eddie Large: he didn’t have the coronavirus until he visited hospital to have treatment for heart failure.

I’d say this was conclusive proof that the Tory government’s strategy on testing for coronavirus is a deadly dud, wouldn’t you?

Today I saw on Twitter an announcement that comedian Eddie Large (real name Eddie McGinnis), half of the comedy duo Little & Large, much seen on television during the 70s and 80s, had passed away.

He had been undergoing treatment for heart failure but he died after contracting the coronavirus while staying in hospital:

Look at the message from his son Ryan (the image on the right).

It says:

“He had been suffering with heart failure and unfortunately, whilst in hospital, contracted the corona virus, which his heart was sadly not strong enough to fight.”

Minutes later I saw a tweet from MP Dawn Butler, saying her uncle had died after being taken into hospital after a fall. However:

Yes – the government needs to test everyone who works in hospitals.

And the government needs to equip everyone who works in hospitals – properly.

Look at the travesty that is the government’s Covid-19 testing figures (within the NHS):

Consider the results:

Consider the confirmation that the government had, for no apparent reason, imposed a 15 per cent cap on the testing of NHS workers for coronavirus:

It says:

“As lab capacity is increasing we now can and must further increase staff/index case testing. We want to max-out all available capacity in doing so, and so are now removing the 15 per cent cap immediately.

“We are therefore asking chief executives of trusts that host an NHS lab doing COVID-19 testing personally to ensure that your lab’s capacity is fully used each and every day.”

Clearly, therefore, the capacity of these labs has not been fully used up until now.

Oh, and the total number of deaths per day more than doubled yesterday, to 563. Here’s a doctor’s response:

These deaths (and, no doubt, many others that don’t carry such a high profile) are the responsibility of whoever made the decision to restrict testing, whoever decided to limit the number of ventilators, and whoever thought that personal protective equipment wouldn’t be necessary in the modern NHS.

Who are those people?

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