Coronavirus-positive doctors asked to keep working: Belgium

Hospitals in the city of Liege face collapse 'in days' due to staff shortages, says the head of the doctors' union

Doctors in a Belgian city have been asked to keep working even if they have tested positive to COVID-19, as the country battles a "tsunami" second wave. 

Health authorities have become so desperate for staff, they’ve requested that healthcare workers from 10 hospitals in the city of Liège who’ve tested positive but have no symptoms to continue working.

Dr Philippe Devos, head of the Belgian Association of Medical Unions, acknowledged the risk of spreading the virus but told the BBC there was

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