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140,000 people have been waiting for more than a year as a result of routine NHS operations awaiting coronavirus – BBC News

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The enormous impact of coronavirus on the NHS has been revealed in data showing a large number of people waiting more than a year for routine treatment and surgery. In September, nearly 140,000 people have been waiting for more than a year for non-urgent surgeries to change knees and knees. It compares to the 16,000 people on the waiting list before the pandemic began. These are the worst figures in England in 12 years. Due to the second pandemic blockade, he fears that the situation is deteriorating. Some hospitals have begun to cut back on non-urgent work even further. Sophie Raworth presents a report by health editor Hugh Pym at BBC News Ten. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .

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