Mobile coronavirus testing unit operating outside of Manchester Old’s Old Trafford Stadium with members of the armed forces leading the Department of Health project
- A mobile test unit for coronavirus has been set up outside Old Trafford
- Army personnel have led the operation in recent days
- The project was set up by the Department of Health and Social Care
- The unit is one of many deployed across the country to meet local needs
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Outside of Old Trafford, a mobile coronavirus testing unit has been set up with military personnel to lead the operations.
The unit is part of a project led by the Ministry of Health and Social Care and is one of many deployed across the country in response to local demands.
The hub tested individuals on Covid-19 after it was set up earlier this week.
A mobile corona virus test unit has been set up outside Manchester United’s Old Trafford
United has worked hard to assist the city of Manchester in closing the corona virus.
The club pledged to deliver 60,000 meals to NHS caretakers and staff by the end of April as part of a joint initiative with the Manchester United Foundation.
The Foundation also donated an additional £ 300,000 to its local partner schools, while striker Marcus Rashford raised £ 20 million for children who relied on free school meals to ensure they couldn’t live without.
The unit is one of many deployed across the country to meet local requirements
The club has also paid tribute to the health service by defrauding Old Trafford to spell NHS.
Medical equipment has also been donated to local hospitals and staff have been encouraged to volunteer in the local community.
They have also given more than 3,500 Manchester United gifts to NHS employees, including the unsung heroes of the hospital cleaning and backroom staff.
There have been food and beverage donations and free parking for NHS staff staying at the adjacent Hotel Football, which is owned by Gary Neville and the Class of ’92.
The club has also paid tribute to the health service by lighting up their grounds to spell NHS