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  4. Nearly half of British doctors forced to find their own PPE, new data shows  The Guardian
  5. Coronavirus: Almost half of all doctors had to buy own PPE or rely on donations, survey shows  The Independent
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A survey of 16,000 doctors reveals almost two-thirds believe they are not properly protected.A survey of 16,000 doctors reveals almost two-thirds believe they are not properly protected.

Coronavirus: Doctors 'buy their own PPE or rely on donations' - BBC News

Read Doctors unable to give non-Covid patients care they need – study latest on ITV News. All the newsDoctors are struggling to give non-coronavirus patients the important care they need, due to the pandemic, a survey has suggested.Thousands of medics also said the long-term impact of Covid-19 on NHS demand was their greatest concern for the future, according to research from the British Medical Association (BMA).More than half of the 16,000 members questioned said the pandemic was worsening the care of those without the illness, with almost 30% saying current conditions had left them short of supplies such as medicines or oxygen.

Doctors unable to give non-Covid patients care they need – study - ITV News

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Nearly half of British doctors forced to find their own PPE, new data shows | UK news | The Guardian

Almost half of doctors have sourced their own personal protective equipment or relied on a donation when none was available through normal NHS channels, according to a new survey by the British Medical Association Almost half of doctors have sourced their own personal protective equipment or relied on a donation when none was available through normal NHS channels, according to a new survey by the British Medical Association

Coronavirus: NHS staff forced to buy PPE or 'hold their breath' due to shortages - Mirror Online

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John Welbes on Twitter: "Health hazard for Russian doctors: windows not on the first floor and complaining about PPE shortages. #coronavirus #outrageous https://t.co/9RfdzWY7Pt"

Doctors have been unable to offer patients vital care beacuse of coronavirus as they warn that neglecting regular services will have a long-term impact on NHS capacity.The British Medical AssociationDoctors have been unable to offer patients vital care beacuse of coronavirus as they warn that neglecting regular services will have a long-term impact on NHS capacity.The British Medical Association

ONE in five doctors across the south west have sourced their own personal protective equipment or relied on a donation when none was available… ONE in five doctors across the south west have sourced their own personal protective equipment or relied on a donation when none was available…

Coronavirus: Doctors buying their own PPE, BMA survey shows | Bournemouth Echo

Almost half of doctors have had to buy their own personal protective equipment (PPE) or have received it through a donation, according to a new survey by the British Medical Association (BMA). Although it acknowledged that PPE supplies have improved, the BMA said that the responses of 16,343 doctors in England shows more must be done to protect healthcare workers. Almost half of doctors have had to buy their own personal protective equipment (PPE) or have received it through a donation, according to a new survey by the British Medical Association (BMA).

Coronavirus: Almost half of all doctors had to buy own PPE or rely on donations, survey shows | The Independent

More than half of GPs have had to source their own PPE, and 38% of hospital doctors.More than half of GPs have had to source their own PPE, and 38% of hospital doctors.

Coronavirus: Government criticised for 'abject' PPE failure as more than half of doctors forced to buy their own

Almost a third of doctors said they had not reported the shortages because they did not think anything would be done.Almost a third of doctors said they had not reported the shortages because they did not think anything would be done.

Coronavirus: Almost half of doctors have sourced their own PPE or relied on donations | UK News | Sky News

A British Medical Association survey found that 48 per cent had bought PPE items themselves or received an 'external donation'A British Medical Association survey found that 48 per cent had bought PPE items themselves or received an 'external donation'

Almost half of Britain's doctors have had to buy their own PPE

Almost half of doctors had to source their own personal protective equipment or relied on donations during the pandemic, according to a survey.Almost half of doctors had to source their own personal protective equipment or relied on donations during the pandemic, according to a survey.

Nearly half of doctors forced to find their own protective equipment | Metro News

These are the UK coronavirus stories you need to know about today.These are the UK coronavirus stories you need to know about today.

UK COVID-19 Daily: Doctors Buying Own PPE or Relying on Donations

Nearly half of NHS doctors have been forced to buy their own personal protective equipment (PPE) for coronavirus treatment or rely on donations, a new survey has found. Nearly half of NHS doctors have been forced to buy their own personal protective equipment (PPE) for coronavirus treatment or rely on donations, a new survey has found. 

'Damning' survey shows nearly half of doctors bought their own PPE or relied on donations during coronavirus crisis | London Evening Standard

The British International Doctors Association (BIDA) is calling for staff to wear protective equipment, pictured, even when treating non-coronavirus patientsThe British International Doctors Association (BIDA) is calling for staff to wear protective equipment, pictured, even when treating non-coronavirus patients

Doctors plea to give high-risk ethnic minority health workers PPE at all times | Daily Mail Online

TERRIFIED NHS staff are wearing scuba masks, bin bags, kitchen aprons and even holding their breath to treat patients thanks to the “utter shambles” of the PPE crisis. Nurses and doctors also use s…

NHS staff forced to hold their breath and wear bin bags while treating coronavirus patients due to lack of PPE – The Sun

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