Pandemic COVID-19. Prince William allowed the aircraft to refuel on the lawn of Kensington Palace

In the UK, sanitary aviation, which is involved in the fight against coronavirus illness will be able to land on the territory of Kensington Palace to refuel – this decision was made by Prince William. It is reported by the Evening Standard.

This will allow physicians to save time and not to make additional flights to refuel at the nearest refueling base in Watford, the newspaper writes.

This authorization will be valid for the period of the pandemic coronavirus.

The ambulance helicopters allowed to land on the field near Kensington Palace, which was previously used as a landing pad for helicopters of the Royal family.

The newspaper reminds that the Duke of Cambridge – the former pilot of search and rescue helicopter, then ambulance.

Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to data from the American Johns Hopkins University, coronavirus in the world were infected over 3.6 million people, more than of 251.8 thousand of them died, and 1.1 million recovered. In the UK the number of cases has reached 191 832, died 28 809 people.

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