Europe's armed forces face a war against coronavirus as military infections rise

Soldiers patrol an empty Saint Mark's Square on Palm Sunday. Image: REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri

Tangi Salaün

Correspondent, Reuters

Sabine Siebold

Journalist, Reuters

Luke Baker

Journalist, Reuters


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Members of the military are seen outside the Excel Centre, London while it is being prepared to become the NHS Nightingale Hospital. Image: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
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