The 100-year-old war veteran from the Second world War Tom Moore, who helped to collect a large amount of money to the nhs last year, has been hospitalized after being confirmed infected with the coronavirus.
It shall notify his daughter Hannah on Sunday on his official Twitter profile.
Tom Moore has in recent weeks been treated for pneumonia. And last week, he was then tested positive for coronasmitte.
- He was at home with us until today, where he was need additional help with breathing, writes to the daughter.
She adds that he is not admitted to the intensive care unit.
Tom Moore managed to collect almost 33 million pounds - about 270 million pounds to the british health care system during the coronakrisen. He was later knighted by queen Elizabeth II.
Shortly before his round birthday last year threw Tom Moore out in an attention-grabbing challenge.
He would go 100 times back and forth in his garden in Bedfordshire - only with the help of his walker and his willpower.
the Challenge was to attract the attention to the staff in the british health sector, there has been pressure during the outbreak of coronavirus.
British media and since the media in several parts of the world - wrote about the 100-year-old captain and his collection.
And as Tom Moore travelled meters after meters in his garden, poured donations into.
the Performance was the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to encourage the queen to beat Tom Moore for knight. It happened at a ceremony in July of last year at Windsor Castle.