The Economist 1

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Vocabulary List

admission
(noun) the process of accepting someone in a hospital for treatment
 
enable
(verb) to make it possible for something to happen
 
discharge
(noun) official permission to leave a hospital
 
shortage
(noun) a situation in which there is not enough of something

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The problems of Britain’s National Health Service will never be solved by one solution.
In a condition where there are not enough hospital beds, virtual wards can be useful because they reduce the number of patients entering a hospital and enable patients to leave a hospital earlier.

Grammar

There is never going to be one answer to the problems of Britain’s National Health Service.
 
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