Nurse uses Ebola experience to help in the fight against coronavirus
A nurse who helped tackle the Ebola outbreak in Africa is using the skills he learnt there to fight coronavirus in the UK.
David Anderson from Braunston-in-Rutland was deployed to Sierra Leone in 2014 to assist with the world's worst Ebola outbreak.
He's now using his expertise at the new Nightingale hospital in Manchester.
Our correspondent Peter Bearne has been talking to him.
Mr Anderson returned from preparing South Africa for its' Covid-19 response to take on a role as Director of Quality at IPC at NHS Nightingale Hospital, North West.
The 51-year-old nurse works with a charity called UK-Med which responds to humanitarian emergencies. He believes that the lessons medics have learnt will play a crucial part in helping the NHS deal with COVID-19.
Read more: The struggle to contain the world's second-largest outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo