As the whole world is joining hands to fight against the COVID-19 outbreak, Princess Sofia of Sweden has stepped aside from her royal duties and has started working in a hospital, with an aim to treat patients suffering from the pandemic. 

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The 35-year-old royalty has completed a three-day intensive online training program. This course has made her eligible to volunteer as a front line worker to help her country fight against the pandemic. 

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According to The Royal Central, Sofia is currently working at Sophiahemmet Hospital in Stockholm as a healthcare assistant. Even though she is not directly involved in dealing with the COVID-19 patients, she supports the healthcare professionals in carrying out the non-medical tasks. 

A spokesperson from The Royal Central further mentioned: 

In the crisis we find ourselves in, the Princess wants to get involved and make a contribution as a voluntary worker to relieve the large workload of health care professionals. 
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Sophiahemmet Hospital is intensively training around 80 people a week with non-medical backgrounds to decrease the workload of the healthcare workers. The online course teaches support duties which include tasks like cleaning, working in the kitchen, disinfecting equipment. 

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As we write this, Sweden has recorded 12,540 positive cases of COVID-19 with a death toll of 1,333.