Father James Mackay is helping coronavirus patients at their bedside in London's Nightingale Hospital. James has set up a 24-hour chaplaincy service for the seriously ill and their families and says the virus is taking its toll on everyone involved – including his fellow priests.
I feel as though I need to state the obvious: there is huge potential for tragedy if this experiment goes wrong.
Less than two weeks after work began, the Nightingale Hospital in London has opened to treat patients suffering from coronavirus. The 4000 bed care unit is the largest critical care unit in the world and was opened by Prince Charles and the health secretary Matt Hancock.