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Tweed hospital: how many beds?

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The Honourable Brad Hazzard announced at the community forum in Tweed that it would be 500 beds.

Yet here, in a public notice in the Daily News from July 21, over 350 beds is the number stated. Can we, the community, have some clarity here please?


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