1. Lack of PPE killed care home nurse who died of coronavirus, says her son  The Guardian
  2. Coronavirus: Lack of PPE caused death of care home nurse who contracted Covid-19, says son  The Independent
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The son of a care home nurse who died after testing positive for Covid-19 has said in an online tribute that a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) caused his mother’s death. Ian O’Neal described his mother Suzanne Loverseed as a “lioness” who gave everything to protect her children and died “sacrificing herself for others”.The son of a care home nurse who died after testing positive for Covid-19 has said in an online tribute that a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) caused his mother’s death. Ian O’Neal

Coronavirus: Lack of PPE caused death of care home nurse who contracted Covid-19, says son | The Independent

“There still aren’t enough tests Healthcare workers still don’t have the PPE they need We need aggressive oversight of the Trump admin’s coronavirus response Republicans should be focused on fighting for Americans in this pandemic, not confirming unqualified, right-wing judges https://t.co/0rHH31TLT8”

Chuck Schumer on Twitter: "There still aren’t enough tests Healthcare workers still don’t have the PPE they need We need aggressive oversight of the Trump admin’s coronavirus response Republicans should be focused on fighting for Americans in this pandemic, not confirming unqualified, right-wing judges… https://t.co/sr49mlPyuY"

“By acting under an exceptional basis allowed in emergencies, we have now been able to remove VAT on PPE until the end of July, saving care homes, businesses and charities more than £100 million and leaving them with more money to fight coronavirus.”

John Howell on Twitter: "By acting under an exceptional basis allowed in emergencies, we have now been able to remove VAT on PPE until the end of July, saving care homes, businesses and charities more than £100 million and leaving them with more money to fight coronavirus."

“VAT has temporarily been scrapped on essential personal protective equipment (PPE) ❌ This will help save more than £100 million for care homes, businesses and individuals dealing with the #coronavirus outbreak 👇 https://t.co/y8EUUkFGZe https://t.co/U6JCeE0NUa”

Ben Everitt #StayHomeSaveLives on Twitter: "VAT has temporarily been scrapped on essential personal protective equipment (PPE) ❌ This will help save more than £100 million for care homes, businesses and individuals dealing with the #coronavirus outbreak 👇 https://t.co/y8EUUkFGZe… https://t.co/QQTkNpmt9Y"

“The Packers are distributing $250,000 to Green Bay area health care systems for personal protective equipment for doctors, nurses and staff working against the coronavirus pandemic.”

Matt Schneidman on Twitter: "The Packers are distributing $250,000 to Green Bay area health care systems for personal protective equipment for doctors, nurses and staff working against the coronavirus pandemic."

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