United Kingdom is going to set aside a further funding of 5.4 million pounds over the upcoming six months for the purpose of providing help to the National Health Services of United Kingdom for the purpose of covering the additional costs from the novel corona virus pandemic and also for tackling the large backlog in the treatment.
The waiting lists for the routine treatment in the hospital and an demand in the unprecedented summer for the emergency services have also been heaping the pressure on the health service in the United Kingdom.
Boris Johnson, prime minister of United Kingdom said, the NHS UK had been there for them during the novel corona virus pandemic, but the treatment of the novel corona virus patients has created some big backlogs, and the funding has been straight going to the frontline, for the purpose of providing more patients along with the treatments that, they are going to need but they are not getting enough.
The NHS Confederation, that has been representing the organizations across the healthcare industry have warned that, the health service of United Kingdom will be needing around 10 billion pounds for more than a year for decreasing the novel corona virus backlog and also covering the additional costs from the novel corona virus pandemic.
The extra funding, which has been announced by the government of United Kingdom includes one billion pounds for providing help in tackling the covid-19 backlog and a fund of 2.8 million pounds for covering the related costs.