There's a real gap in the British press and government's "narrative" when it comes to exactly how they're treating these critical patients once they get to hospital. It's just like "They're being admitted to hospital...they tried their best to save them...but they succumbed to the virus." It seems to be such a major topic of conversation in other nations, but in the UK it's almost assumed that the NHS are obviously providing the best possible care. I'm sure they are trying their best, but I'd really like to know how they're treating them. And this isn't intended to be a leading question either! I just think it should be public knowledge.