Best wishes pour in for Capt. Sir Tom Moore after going to hospital for COVID-19

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Best wishes are pouring in for Capt. Sir Tom Moore, the 100-year-old British Second World War veteran who walked laps in his garden to raise money for the National Health Service.

Moore has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and is in hospital, not in intensive care, but his age makes him very vulnerable.

As Redmond Shannon reports, he’s being cared for by the health-care workers he did so much to support.

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