Sofia, a Swedish princess, works in a hospital for patients with coronavirus
35-year-old Sofia, a Swedish princess, works in a hospital for patients with coronavirus.
Fox News reports that Princess Sofia started working as a nurse at Stockholm Hospital against the Coronavirus, and is also an honorary member of the hospital.
The report added that the 35-year-old princess joined the medical staff after three days of medical training so that Karuna could offer her services against the virus.
Princess Sofia of Sweden Scrubs in at Hospital to Clean and Cook During Coronavirus Outbreak https://t.co/s5UZwp4kCX— People (@people) April 16, 2020
"This is a time where we all have to work together to reduce the workload on doctors and other medical staff," a message from the Swedish royal family said.
According to the report, Sofia will not work directly with Corona's patients, but in the meantime, she will help doctors and nurses perform other tasks.
It should be noted that the princess and all the people with her training will be present at the hospital to assist doctors and medical staff, and they will not be allowed to go near the patients.
More than 13,000 people have been diagnosed with the Coronavirus in Sweden so far, and more than 1,500 have lost their lives.
Sweden's Princess Sofia,
It is important to note that European country Sweden is one of 188 countries in the world infected with the coronavirus, who are reluctant to lock down even though the coronavirus has increased.
The Swedish government had advised people to work from home and maintain social distance after leaving, while people over 70 are better off if they do not.
In addition, life in Sweden is still operating as usual and the government has not implemented full or partial lockdowns.