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Coronavirus: Wolves donate protective equipment to NHS

BBC News Sunday, 22 March 2020
The club gives more than 2,000 pieces of protective equipment to health staff in Wolverhampton.
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The chair of the Doctors' Association UK has called on the Government to urgently provide front-line NHS workers with more protective equipment to help in the fight against coronavirus, saying staff feel like 'lambs to the slaughter'.

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