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Covid patient describes life on ward with 'gasping patients and crying nurses'

Nurses crying in desperation, alarms going off all day and night and wards running out of hospital gowns for patients. These are just some of the harrowing details of an overstretched ward that a young coronavirus patient has experienced at one Welsh hospital, reports WalesOnline.

Alexandra Adams, who is a fourth-year medical student at Cardiff University, has been in hospital for seven months being treated for an underlying health condition and tested positive for coronavirus the day before New Year's Eve.

She saw the worst of the second peak of the pandemic and has spoken out about the immense pressure staff at the University Hospital of Wales are under as they deal with gasping patients surrounded by alarms that won't stop going off.

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