‘Electrician’ posts sobering video as work begins on NHS field hospital at ExCeL Centre

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London’s ExCel conference centre will become an emergency hospital treating coronavirus patients ‘within days’. 
The is being converted in a high-speed operation involving military planners and personnel, and its capacity will rise quickly from the initial 500 beds, defence sources said on Tuesday. It is intended to deal with the expected surge in coronavirus patients with severe breathing difficulties for whom beds are unlikely be available in London’s overflowing intensive care units.
As work began on construction, electrician Alex Woodside posted a chilling video on Facebook showing the cavernous 100,000 sq metre Docklands site and saying: ‘

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