PHOTOS Italy unveils medical trains to transfer COVID-19 patients

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Italy unveils medical trains to transfer COVID-19 patients

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16:16, March 12, 2021

The picture taken on March 8, 2021 in Rome, Italy shows a worker of the Italian railways during the presentation of the new medical train equipped with intense care equipment to accommodate up to 21 patients, at Termini station, amid the crisis linked with the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo/Agencies)

Civil protection personnel stand inside a train adapted to cure patients, unveiled in Rome Termini central station, Italy, March 8, 2021. The health train allows patients to be transferred and treated in eight carriages equipped with specific equipment, including intensive care places. (Photo/Agencies)

Civil protection personnel stand by mannequins in hospital beds inside a train adapted to cure patients, unveiled in Rome Termini central station, Italy, March 8, 2021. The health train allows patients to be transferred and treated in eight carriages equipped with specific equipment, including intensive care places. (Photo/Agencies)

Medical personnel stand outside a train adapted to cure patients, unveiled to the press in Rome Termini central station, Italy, March 8, 2021. The health train allows patients to be transferred and treated in eight carriages equipped with specific equipment, including intensive care places. (Photo/Agencies)

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