Coronavirus: Prince Charles calls London field hospital a ‘practical message of hope’
05 April 2020 | 9:25 am
Prince Charles opens a new 4,000-bed temporary hospital in a conference centre in east London, the first of several being built in Britain to deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking via video link, the prince hails the hospital as offering "an intensely practical message of hope".
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