Cooperation between the Czech military and Prague’s ambulance service is set to wrap up on Friday. Ten army personnel had been called up to replace medics who were in quarantine after coming in close contact with measles patients.
The soldiers were on stand-by as of April 25 but were not used in the field, the spokeswoman for the ambulance service confirmed.
There have been 103 cases of measles in the Czech Republic this year, 70 of them in Prague.
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