MORE wards closed ( Hospital urges visitors to stay away, Huntspost24.co.uk, February 4). I understand that the risk of infection might be high, but the fact of my mum being in hospital (she s been out of hospital for 10 days in three months) is bad enou
MORE wards closed ("Hospital urges visitors to stay away," Huntspost24.co.uk, February 4).
I understand that the risk of infection might be high, but the fact of my mum being in hospital (she's been out of hospital for 10 days in three months) is bad enough.
Then to be told I can't see her ... it's crazy.
They should be spending money on preventing infections - not on little speakers outside that tell you you're a naughty boy when you're smoking. Hinchingbrooke will close if it carries on like this.
Spending all that money on all the new buildings is OK - but tacky little speakers?
They wouldn't be cheap either: the company supplying and fitting them would charge a bomb for it.
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- 2 Staff threatened with sledgehammer in armed robbery at St Neots jewellers
- 3 Work from home, masks and NHS passes: New Covid rules explained
- 4 Roman crucifixion burial found in Fenstanton
- 5 Famous Actor Alan Davies has donated a caravan to Camp Beagle
- 6 Drug dealers operating the ‘Marlo’ and ‘Star’ lines have been jailed
- 7 Christmas markets and events happening in Huntingdonshire in the next two weeks
- 8 Wood Farm has become 'rodent heaven' says Anne Marie
- 9 Thousands more homes set for Alconbury Weald
- 10 Boris Johnson tells people to work from home as Covid 'Plan B' confirmed
Goodbye, Hinchingbrooke. Let's go and clog up Peterborough and Addenbrooke's even more.
ROBERT PHILLIPS, The Avenue, Ramsey