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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The measure is included in a document from the Turin crisis management department. Doctors fear that patients will be abandoned by Health Services.

The crisis management department in Turin, Italy, is studying a dramatic measure should the pressure on the number of beds increase in the country as a result of the Coronavirus.

Elderly people aged 80 and over will be denied access to intensive care. The information is from The Telegraph.

Doctors fear that some patients who have not been treated in intensive care will be left to die. However, the department has drawn up . . .

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