Corona: Spanish medics demand protection as death toll overtakes China


Spain - protective kit - reuters
A member of Emergency Military Unit (UME) prepares to disinfect in a special facility for physically disabled people during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Getafe, Spain [Sergio Perez/Reuters]

The Spanish Confederation of Medical Unions (CESM) has presented a legal demand to Spain's Supreme Court asking the health ministry to provide sufficient protective equipment as soon as possible. 
CESM alleged the ministry had so far failed to provide professional health workers with sufficient protection to carry out their work in a manner which reduces the risk of catching coronavirus.
The number of people who have lost their lives because of the infection in Spain has reached 3,434, among  47,610 infections. 
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