The NHS was hit by an unprecedented coronavirus outbreak in the UK, and now a charity is trying to figure out how it came to be infected.
The charity, The British Red Cross, is offering to help anyone who has been infected by the H1N1 strain of the virus.
“This is the most serious, global and serious pandemic that the NHS has ever faced,” said The British National Corpus, which has created a $1m (£750,000) fund to pay for people to wear masks and clean their hands.
H1N2, or human-to-human, virus is spread through close contact with people with the virus, such as breathing in air contaminated with respiratory droplets.
A new coronaviruses coronaviral strain of H1n1 emerged in late September and spread rapidly across the UK.
Its rapid spread and rapid spread meant it was the most widely spread virus seen so far in Europe.
Now, the NHS is trying in earnest to track down and trace those who were infected by H1H1.
To do that, it’s bringing together experts from around the world to share data about the virus and its spread.
As part of its efforts, The Royal Free Hospital has partnered with the Royal College of Surgeons to develop a platform that will allow healthcare workers to identify people who are infected.