Chaplains take care of coronavirus sufferers

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Military personnel outside St. Thomas’s Hospital in London on Tuesday

Military personnel outside St. Thomas’s Hospital in London on Tuesday

HOSPITAL chaplains are facing an ever-evolving situation as they continue to serve patients and staff in hospitals across the country, particularly London, where a third of all coronavirus patients have been hospitalized this week as best they can.

At Guy and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT) in central London, an infectious disease hospital, chaplains have personal protective equipment (PPE) that has been carefully modified when visiting different bays and can continue to interact with patients and staff wards except intensive care.

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