BBC araştırmasına göre Britanya'da 114 sağlık çalışanı koronavirüs nedeniyle öldü

BBC News araştırmasına göre Birleşik Krallık’ta koronavirüs nedeniyle ölen sağlık çalışanlarının sayısı 114.

SAĞLIK 28.04.2020, 14:06 Mehmet Taisi Guzel
BBC araştırmasına göre Britanya'da 114 sağlık çalışanı koronavirüs nedeniyle öldü

İngiltere Sağlık Bakanı Matt Hancock’ün açıklamasına göre ise Ulusal Sağlık Hizmetleri’nden 82 çalışan, 16 bakım evi çalışanı Covid-19 nedeniyle hayatını kaybetti.

BBC’nin araştırmasına göre yaşamını yitiren 114 sağlık çalışanından 59’u erkek, 54’ü kadın, 70’i siyah, Asyalı veya azınlık.

Yaşamını yitirenlerden kaçının virüsü çalışırken kaptıkları ise belirsiz.

Sağlık Hizmetleri Dergisi’nin yaptığı analize göre ise ölüm oranları, ‘sağlık çalışanlarının sayısının nüfusa oranına bakıldığında tutarlı.’

BBC News analizi kamuya açık kaynaklarda yer alan verilere dayandırılıyor. BBC, bildirilen can kayıpları arasında kimlerin sağlık çalışanı, kimlerin eczacı, kimlerin hasta bakıcı, paramedik veya sağlık hizmetlerinde farklı görevlerde bulunduklarının tespitini yaptı.

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