Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Hospital issues warning after becoming Pokémon Go hotspot

Hospital issues warning after becoming Pokémon Go hotspot The staff at a hectic Accident and Emergency department might be considered busy enough with patients without also having to cope with an invasion of cartoon animals.

That, however, is precisely the situation a Midlands hospital has found itself in after becoming a focal point for players of the new craze game Pokémon Go.

Managers of Royal Stoke University Hospital were horrified to discover that their A&E department had become a “gym” for the augmented reality creatures, causing players to enter the unit in order to “train” their characters. The Daily Telegraph

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