Covid-19: What is PPE and why is it so important to our frontliners?

Hospital Kuala Lumpur staff members sewing PPE in the hospital library to make up for the shortage of such equipment due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Such efforts are occurring nationwide. — Bernama

We live in strange times, considering the current Covid-19 pandemic, caused by the transmission and infection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

In fact, the last similar pandemic of such magnitude was the 1918 influenza outbreak a century ago!

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