2 August 2023

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UHG remains under pressure amid high trolley numbers and covid outbreaks

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UHG remains under pressure amid high trolley numbers and covid outbreaks

Galway Bay fm newsroom – UHG remains under pressure today, with high trolley numbers once again and ongoing outbreaks of COVID-19.

There are 47 people waiting for a bed today, according to figures from the INMO.

It follows a statement from the hospital that it’s experiencing a COVID outbreak affecting five wards, with 31 patients infected as of this morning.

Speaking to Galway Talks, Saolta Chief Operating Office Ann Cosgrove says the hospital has generally been extremely busy lately.

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