France's health system under pressure of increasing demands


After years of Covid, and with inflation biting, many medics say chronic staff shortages and increasing demands are making their work impossible and threatening the French health system.

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The UK's health system is buckling under the weight of staff shortages and a lack of beds. In France, meanwhile, there are more doctors and many more nurses, yet its healthcare system is still in crisis, reports the BBC.