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London emergency service volunteers collect bodies of Covid-19 dead

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London emergency service volunteers collect bodies of Covid-19 dead

London emergency service volunteers collect bodies of Covid-19 dead

Small units of police, fire brigade and health service staff are undergoing training to collect the dead across London and ease pressure on under-strain hospitals and the London Ambulance Service (LAS).

Footage of training procedures and personal protective equipment (PPE) being used during operations to collect those who are believed to have died from coronavirus.

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