On May 3rd, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary visited The Jonstrup Camp (Danish: Jonstruplejren) a military installation in Ballerup Municipality in the northwestern outskirts of Copenhagen, where soldiers from the Home Guard (Danish: Hjemmeværnet) and personnel from the Danish Emergency Management Agency (Danish: Beredskabsstyrelsen), among others, help answer the joint hotline for COVID-19.
The Crown Princess, who is captain in the Home Guard, visited the Contact Tracing Unit (Danish: Kontaktopsporingsenheden), where a division sergeant and 60 Home Guard’s soldiers together with 240 civilians daily help the Danish Agency for Patient Safety (Danish: Styrelsen for Patientsikkerhed) to contact infected people with COVID-19 and find close contacts.
During the visit, the Crown Princess was informed about the daily work, which is led by a duty officer from the National Police.
General questions from citizens about COVID-19 are answered daily from 06.00 in the morning until midnight. In addition to soldiers from the Home Guard, health professionals from the National Board of Health (Danish: Sundhedsstyrelsen) are also present in the hotline. The Crown Princess had the opportunity to overhear a call from a citizen.
Royal Fashion: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
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