NHS Covid thanksgiving service: ‘They did what they could to save my life’

Senior NHS figures, frontline staff and patients gathered on Monday at St Paul’s Cathedral for a thanksgiving service celebrating the work of the health service in tackling Covid-19.

The Duke of Cambridge also attended the event, held on the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the NHS.

Ahead of the service, a doctor who was among those treating England’s first coronavirus patients, a Covid survivor and an NHS volunteer shared their reflections on Covid-19 with BBC Breakfast.

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