£5.4bn emergency cash to help NHS cope with Covid-19 pandemic – with £1bn to tackle huge backlog

£5.4bn emergency cash to help NHS cope with Covid-19 pandemic – with £1bn to tackle huge backlog

£5.4bn emergency cash to help NHS cope with Covid-19 pandemic – with £1bn to tackle huge backlog

The i says a £5.4 billion package of emergency cash has been released to help the NHS cope with the Covid-19 pandemic and tackle the mounting backlog.

The Government said the spending boost would help to support the NHS in England through the “immediate pressures” of the Covid-19 pandemic over the next six months.

It will also tackle the growing problem of millions of people waiting for routine operations and treatments such – which could soar to 13 million.

https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/5-4bn-emergency-cash-help-nhs-cope-covid-19-pandemic-backlog-1185850


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