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Spike in coronavirus deaths inevitable after recent wave of new cases, Jonathan Van Tam warns
He says deaths are “baked in” with increased infections – with more patients in hospital now than when national lockdown was enforced in March
It comes as Nightingale hospitals in north of England are asked to mobilise
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The recent spike in coronavirus cases will lead to an increase in deaths in a matter of weeks, England’s deputy chief medical officer has warned.
Jonathan Van Tam said further hospitalisations and deaths are “baked in” after coronavirus cases rose across the country.
He said the number of patients currently in hospital is related to infections from three weeks ago.
“As patients become ill with COVID-19
A beloved member of the Jersey City Fire Department was laid to rest on Saturday.
The city gave tribute to Gregory Greene, 66, and his service to the community with an honorary salute at his funeral on Saturday. Greene served the city as a volunteer firefighter for 55 years and was a longtime employee at the Jersey City Medical Center.
He died on Monday after a battle with many health issues.
Greene was born on July 30, 1954 in Bayonne Hospital. He attended A Harry Moore School where he received an education that also helped with his challenges of epilepsy, legal blindness and intellectual impairment.
Following graduation, Greene was part of the employment program for those with disabilities at Hudson Community Enterprises. Then, soon enough, he was hired at JCMC, which turned into a career.
But when Greene was 10 years old, he was rescued by JCFD from a fire
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