Only a couple of days ago the BBC were reporting that thousands of NHS staff across the UK are facing pay cuts because of a change in Covid sickness policy.
Analysis by BBC Panorama suggests that between 5,000 and 10,000 NHS workers could be off sick with long Covid.
Unions are accusing the government of failing to support health staff who worked during the coronavirus pandemic.
This is just one thing in an ever growing list of why the NHS is in crisis, people are leaving in droves and patients are not getting treatment when they expect.
Dr Matt Morgan took to Twitter to give some tips the NHS could adopt to prevent losing staff and sort out pay issues.
He tweeted: “After a year of working in Australia here are my top 5 things the NHS could replicate to help prevent a fatal haemorrhage of staff alongside pay restoration.”
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