Dutch ICU boss calls for tough lockdown to contain virus

There are currently around 500 COVID-19 patients in Dutch ICUs, with a total capacity of 1,066, according to an organization that distributes patients between hospitals. Gommers said the number of beds could be increased to a maximum of 1,200 to 1,250, and that about 50 COVID-19 patients are entering the ICU each day.

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