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Frustration and regret fill French hospital as unvaccinated occupy beds in ICU

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At 48, Karim is in the intensive care unit of a hospital in Montreuil, just outside Paris, where he needs oxygen to help him breathe. He's unvaccinated, like almost all the patients in the hospital. And the hospital staff are tired of it.

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