The death of a doctor who warned Johnson of a lack of medical protective equipment

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the hospital Because of his illness Coved 19.

On March 18, Shordi sent a message to Boris Johnson asking him to "Guarantee" Urgently protective equipment and personal protection "For every worker in the UK Health Services".

He told the prime minister in his message that health care workers "In direct contact with patients" And to them "A human right, like others, to live without diseases with our family and children".

Chaudhry was Doctor Urologist works at Homerton Hospital east of London, and he died on Wednesday at Queen’s Hospital in Romford after medical tests confirmed he was infected with the Corona virus.

A group of nurses working at Northwick Park Hospital posted a picture wearing garbage bags, covering their heads and feet with pieces of plastic bags, due to a lack of personal protective equipment.

Although the image may seem funny, it carries a painful message and reveals the gravity of the situation in Britain and its suffering with a virus "Sk" Noob.

But the tragedy did not stop there, as it was announced that the nurses who appeared in the photo proved to be infected with a virus "Sk".

The nurses revealed how they contracted a virus infection "Sk" Of the patients, because hospital officials, which was the first in the country to report a serious accident after filling up with Covid-19 patients, failed to provide them with masks, paws, shoes, aprons and appropriate headgear.

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According to Sky News, the 53-year-old doctor, Abdel-Maboud Chaudhry, died 15 days after being treated in the hospital Because of his illness Coved 19.

On March 18, Shordi sent a letter to Boris Johnson asking him to “urgently” guarantee protection and personal protective equipment “for every worker in the UK Health Services.”

He told the prime minister in his message that health care workers are “in direct contact with patients” and have “a human right, like others, to live without illnesses with our family and children.”

Chaudhry was Doctor Urologist works at Homerton Hospital east of London, and he died on Wednesday at Queen’s Hospital in Romford after medical tests confirmed he was infected with the Corona virus.

A group of nurses working at Northwick Park Hospital posted a picture wearing garbage bags, covering their heads and feet with pieces of plastic bags, due to a lack of personal protective equipment.

Although the image may seem funny, it carries a painful message and reveals the gravity of the situation in Britain and its suffering with the emerging Corona virus.

But the tragedy did not stop there, as it was announced that the nurses who appeared in the photo had been tested positive for Corona virus.

The nurses revealed how they contracted HIV infection from the patients, because hospital officials, who were the first in the country to report a serious accident after filling up with Covid-19 patients, failed to provide them with masks, paws, shoes, aprons and appropriate headgear.



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