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Entertainment A fetish shop donates medical suits to a British hospital

18:00  30 march  2020
18:00  30 march  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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MedFetUK (a medical fetish website) donated their stock of scrubs to the NHS. A kinky cosplay company has donated its entire range of fetish medical scrubs to a UK hospital — saying staff were “desperate” because of a shortage while fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

A company supplying medical equipment to hardcore fetish enthusiasts has donated its stock. Today we donated our entire stock of disposable scrubs to an NHS hospital . It was just a few sets As the British public came together at 8pm on Thursday to applaud the frontline healthcare workers

En Angleterre aussi, le personnel soignant dénonce depuis plusieurs jours un manque d'équipements personnels de protection (PPE) disponibles pour les soignants en première ligne pour traiter les malades du Covid-19 © DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS In England too, healthcare workers have been denouncing for several days a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) available for carers on the front line to treat patients of the Covid-19

A British site selling fetish outfits and accessories announced that it had given its stock of medical overalls to the carers of a hospital, "desperate" faced with the lack of equipment to protect themselves from the new coronavirus.

"We have given all our stock of medical coveralls to an NHS (public health service) hospital," the online fetish store MedFet UK announced in a message posted on Twitter.

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A MEDICAL fetish company has donated its entire stock of disposable scrubs to the NHS after medics raised concerns they'll run out of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus In a post, bosses said: "Today, we donated our entire stock of disposable scrubs to an NHS hospital .

A medical fetish company says it has donated its entire stock of disposable scrubs to the NHS. MedFet UK did it after being contacted by Today we donated our entire stock of disposable scrubs to an NHS hospital . It was just a few sets, because we don’t carry large stocks, but they were desperate

"These were just a few sets because we don't have large stocks, but (the caregivers) were desperate, so we delivered them for free," she adds.

The company says it was contacted by "NHS purchasing officials across the country trying to get basic protective gear and clothing."

MedFet specifies on its website that it only sells products "intended to be used by professionals or by other trained persons".

The British Medical Association (BMA), a union of doctors and medical students, has been denouncing for several days a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) available for healthcare staff on the front line to treat patients of Covid- 19.

"We continue to have testimonies from doctors in hospitals or health centers which are far from having enough PEP, where the equipment is rationed or the standards of the kits are far from being reached. unacceptable risk to the health and life of doctors and their patients "protested the president of the association, Dr Chaand Nagpaul, quoted in a press release published on Sunday.

More than 170 million copies of protective equipment have been distributed, Secretary of State for Health Helen Whately told the BBC on Monday, but admitted that he had "delays in delivering them (to caregivers) on the front line in some places. "

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