An army reservist from London has resumed working at Croydon NHS Hospital's Accident and Emergency department after isolating due to coronavirus.

Signaller Arnulfo Amado of the 71st (City of London) Yeomanry Signal Regiment works as a clinical assistant at Croydon NHS Hospital's A and E department.

After being forced to isolate due to the Covid-19 coronavirus, a spokesperson for the British Army revealed Amado had since returned to his civilian duties on the frontlines of the NHS battle against the pandemic.

"Signaller Amado from 71st (City of London) Yeomanry Signal Regiment, is working as a clinical assistant in Croydon Hospital A and E.

"After self-isolation due to COVID-19, he returned to work and has tirelessly supported the NHS."

Croydon Hospital has been one of the hospitals in London most severely impacted by coronavirus.

On April 11, the Croydon Guardian reported that around half of the hospital space is now dedicated to strictly treating coronavirus patients.