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Veterans help the country’s Covid-19 efforts

The latest “All in, all together” branded content will go live across Wales, England and Scotland today and over the weekend. 

Since the start of the pandemic, veterans have been helping the country tackle Covid-19 both national and locally, using the skills they learnt whilst serving.

From helping the NHS build the Nightingale Hospitals to delivering food and medicine to the most vulnerable in the community, veterans have once again served their country with pride.

Sponsored stories include one featuring Lance Corporal Joshua Ryder from Staffordshire who treated patients infected with the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone in 2014 and never thought he would be using the knowledge he gained there to help victims of the pandemic back home (via Metro).

Another example is Michelle Partington, the ex-RAF medic has supported aid agency Re:Act Disaster Response to help the vulnerable in St Helens (via Wales Online).

This is the latest branded content that has gone live as part of an advertising partnership launched between the government and newspaper industry in April.

Stay to up to date with the latest news from the “All in, all together” campaign here.

This story will be updated as more content continues to go live.


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