It beggars belief that the Louisa Jordan temporary hospital was dismantled to prepare for COP 23.
A thousand extra acute beds are needed to help relieve the "unrelenting pressure" facing Scotland's emergency departments, doctors have claimed.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine said many A&E units were struggling because there are too few beds available elsewhere in hospitals.
Scottish ministers will later update Holyrood on plans to bolster the NHS.
Health Secretary Humza Yousaf said £12m of extra funds had already been announced for non-Covid emergency care.
Of course it’s not the lack of beds that is the problem but the lack of available staff. Apparently nurses have been going off long term sick with stress because they were being moved from their area of expertise to other wards as required. Doctors who are less unionised are being sent all over the country, not just to different wards.