Health Secretary lauds new NHS 'recovery plan'

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Published on January 30, 2023 - Duration: 01:45s

Health Secretary lauds new NHS 'recovery plan'

The health secretary lauded the NHS' new 'Urgent and Emergency Recovery Plan' which was announced on Monday.

A key focus of the plan is to increase the current workforce, and Steve Barclay confirmed "we're on track to deliver our manifesto commitment for 50,000 more nurses".

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