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More patients who had tested positive for coronavirus discharged from King's Lynn hospital




Lynn's hospital has announced this morning that a further three patients have been discharged having previously tested positive for coronavirus.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has said a total of 255 patients have been cleared of the virus, increasing from yesterday's total of 252.

A social media post by the hospital once again thanked staff for their "dedication and compassion".

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Morale was boosted amongst hospital staff yesterday thanks to a donation of signed Norwich City FC shirts.

The QEH shared pictures of staff proudly displaying their shirts, while also thanking Norwich City FC for their generosity.

There were enough shirts for every ward and the hospital said they "definitely feel Premier League now". Chief executive Caroline Shaw and professor Steve Barnett, Trust chairman, were pictured holding up a signed home shirt.



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