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LONDON (AP)-His daughter said on Sunday that Tom Moore is a 100-year-old World War II veteran who attracted the British public in the early stages of fundraising work due to the coronavirus pandemic. He has been hospitalized due to COVID-19.

Hannah Ingram-Moore (Hannah Ingram-Moore) revealed in a statement on Twitter that her father, Captain Tom, had been taken to Bedford Hospital because his breathing needed "extra help" .

She said that her father had been treated for pneumonia in the past few weeks and he tested positive for the coronavirus last week.

She said he was treated in the ward, not in the intensive care unit.

In an archive photo on this Friday, July 17, 2020, Sir Thomas Moore poses to the media after receiving the Jazz Medal from Queen Elizabeth of England at a ceremony held at Windsor Castle in Windsor Castle, England. 

She said: "In the past few weeks, he has received excellent medical care and we know that the excellent staff at Bedford Hospital will do everything to make him feel comfortable and hope to return home as soon as possible."

In the first few weeks of the April pandemic, Moore walked 100 times in England’s gardens to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the National Health Service. Moore became a symbol of hope. He raised about 33 million pounds (US$45 million) instead of the ambition of 1,000 pounds ($1370).

Moore was promoted to captain while serving in India and Myanmar during the war. Due to fundraising efforts, Il Elizabeth II was knighted in July.

Best wishes come from all over the world, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who said in a tweet that Moore "inspired the whole country, and I know we all hope you get well soon."

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