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Watch: How the RAF uses a sealed bubble to transport people with infectious diseases

The Deployable Air Isolator Team helps people with dangerous diseases to get back to the UK.

As the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic, many people are focusing on the future.

If you were overseas when you caught a dangerous and extremely infectious disease, how would you get back to the UK?

The Royal Air Forces's Depoyable Air Isolater Team, based at RAF Brize Norton, is responsible for repatriating UK citizens and uses a sealed bubble to bring a patients.