Zero coronavirus patients in intensive care for first time at England's biggest hospital trust

Dr David Rosser, chief executive of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, also said there were signs infected patients “don’t seem as sick, on average, as they were”. “That may be just a coincidence – it’s all very small numbers.” He added that “prioritisation” at the peak of the outbreak meant there were “some pretty unpleasant decisions” having to be made on what services can be offered and to whom.