coronavirus update: Setting an example of national security in the UK battling the coronavirus crisis, some 250,000 people have volunteered to register with the National Health Service (NHS) as a voluntar to prevent corona-caused problems. The NHS is known in the UK as a publicly funded health system that helps people with health risks.
Goal exceeded in one day
The NHS has advised 1.5 million people in the country who are suffering from Corona-borne health conditions to remain self-isolated for three months to join young volunteers over 18 years of age with good health Appealed. And the positive thing is that the NHS crossed the target of its volunteers just one day after Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced the new volunteer scheme.
In view of this trend of service among the people, NHS England medical director Stephen Powys said that this is a swell of altruism.
He said that volunteers can talk to self-isolates, do food and medicine supplies. In addition they can also work voluntarily to provide transportation facilities for patients who are medically fit for discharge and can help with equipment and drug supplies in various NHS sites.
Volunteers will be joined by 11,000 former health practitioners and 24,000 final-year medical school students.
Prince Charles also suffered from Prince Charles Positive for coronavirus
Significantly, there are at least 8,167 coronavirus cases in U.K, with 423 deaths so far. On 23 March, the country is placed under strict lockout. People are exempt to purchase only basic necessities. Along with this
Prince Charles, 71, has also confirmed his coronavirus to be positive. They are now self-isolating in Scotland.