PRINCESS SOFIA OF SWEDEN STARTS WORK AT HOSPITAL TREATING COVID-19 PATIENTS EVERYTHING IS HERE CHECK OUT MORE DETAILS!!

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In the crisis we find ourselves in, Princess Sofia wants to get involved and make a contribution as a voluntary worker. Princess Sofia of Sweden has started working at a hospital treating coronaviruses patients to help in the country fight against the pandemic.

The 35-year- old complete a three-day intensive training program online will allow her to volunteer at Sophiahement Hospital in Stockholm, of which she is Honorary chair.

According to The Royal Central, Princess Sofia, who has joined the hospital as a health care assistant, will not be directly involved in dealing with COVID-19 patients. Instead, she will support the health care professional with nonmedical tasks. The online course of Sophiahement Hospital trains people with a non-medical background in support duties, which can include cleaning, working in the kitchen, disinfection equipment and more.

The hospital is training up to 80 people a week to ease the burden on the doctor, nurses and other health care professionals, whose workload has increased significantly due to coronavirus pandemic. In the crisis we find ourselves in, the Princess wants to get involved and a contribution as a voluntary worker to relieve the large workload of health care professionals, a spokesperson for the royal court said according to The Royal Central.

Photos shared online show the former model on the first day of her job with Co-workers. Wearing blue scrubs, they maintain Social distancing while posting for a picture. Princess Sofia is married to Prince Carl Philip, 40, who is fourth on line to the throne.

Her effort to ease the burden on health care workers come as Sweden reports over 1,300 from the high infection coronavirus. Earlier, Miss England 2019 also traded her crown for scrubs when she resumed work as a doctor amid the COVID-19 crisis in the UK.

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