Hospital staff tackling second wave of Covid-19 ‘disheartened’ by rule-breakers
Hospital staff battling a second wave of coronavirus have said they areexhausted and disheartened to see people ignoring the rules.
But, the medicsat Whiston Hospital in Knowsley, a Merseyside borough which has seen some ofthe highest infection rates in the country, say they will “soldier on” asnumbers of patients with the virus start to approach the levels they were atthe peak of the pandemic.
Interviews with Ascanio Tridente, Nadine McStein andRowan Pritchard Jones.
A dad who discovered his sense of adventure after beating breast cancer in his40s told he is now doing everything from Latin dancing to modelling. T-shirtdesigner and illustrator Phil Alderson, 48, was alerted to a lump behind hisleft nipple, after a nudge from his daughter, Evie, 10, as they playedtogether during the summer holidays in 2016 caused him discomfort. Just twoweeks later, Phil, of The Wirral, Merseyside, became one of only 350 men inthe UK to be diagnosed with breast cancer each year - compared to 55,000 woman- according to Cancer Research UK.
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