WORLD Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service drops to lowest level amid pandemic

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Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service drops to lowest level amid pandemic

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15:06, April 02, 2022

A woman walks past the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, Britain, April 1, 2022. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

Photo taken on April 1, 2022 shows an NHS staff member wearing a stethoscope outside the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, Britain. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

A man walks past the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, Britain, April 1, 2022. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

(220402) -- MANCHESTER, April 2, 2022 (Xinhua) -- An ambulance is parked outside the Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester, Britain, April 1, 2022. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

(220402) -- MANCHESTER, April 2, 2022 (Xinhua) -- An NHS sign is seen at the Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester, Britain, April 1, 2022. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

An ambulance is parked outside the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, Britain, April 1, 2022. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

People walk to the emergencies of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, Britain, April 1, 2022. Public satisfaction with Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has dropped to its lowest level since 1997 after a sharp fall during the pandemic, a local survey suggests. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

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