Breathtaking: An eyewitness account of a health service overwhelmed by Covid-19

Rachel Clarke’s new book is a scathing condemnation of the British government’s mishandling of the coronavirus crisis

24th January, 2021
Breathtaking: An eyewitness account of a health service overwhelmed by Covid-19
Rachel Clarke’s book Breathtaking contains many stark, visceral descriptions of treating patients with an illness that ‘suffocates the life’ from them. Photo: Victoria Jones/PA

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Breathtaking: Inside the NHS in a Time of Pandemic

By Rachel Clarke

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