The hospital which was used as the UK's quarantine site at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic has marked the second anniversary of welcoming its first "repatriated guests".
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Staff accommodation at Wirral's Arrowe Park Hospital was used to house people returning from China in January 2020.
Local people supported those held at the site, donating food and gifts.
Chief executive Janelle Holmes said she remained "very proud" of the response by staff and people living nearby.
She said Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust's "journey in facing COVID-19 started much earlier than some areas", at a point when the situation had "not yet become a pandemic".
The site, which has been lit up to mark the anniversary, was used to house UK citizens coming back from Wuhan, which had been identified as the source of Covid-19, and on 31 January 2020, 83 Britons were taken by coach from RAF Brize Norton to Wirral to begin a 14-day quarantine period.
It was the first time a site had been used to quarantine people since 1978 and the block also welcomed those brought from the Diamond Princess cruise liner in February 2020.
During the confinements, people living near the hospital sent those inside toys, board games, wine, flowers and birthday cakes.