Authorities and Hospitals Prepare Themselves for Celebrations
With the coming of Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Olympics and European football championships in the coming months, the authorities are bracing themselves to tackle surge in alcohol-related incidents.
Usually during this time of the year, there are thousands of revelers who drink in access, which leads to a lot of incidents. In order to make sure that there are no drastic incidents that take place, some of the hospitals have been places on high alert to be ready. These protocols are generally used only on the eve of New Year.
There would be extra staff that would be placed on duty at the accident and emergency departments to make sure that if any surge is seen then the staff is well prepared to tackle that.
Moreover, there would be dozens of separate mobile treatment units that would be deployed near major city gatherings. The biggest concern among the authorities is the four-day Jubilee bank holiday weekend, which would be followed by the England's three football matches at the Euro 2012 tournament.
During this time there would be a lot of pressure on the local authorities as well as the hospitals to ensure that there are no major accidents.
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