Proper PPE protects against coronavirus, reveals Wuhan study
Health workers who have appropriate personal protective equipment including protective suits, masks, gloves, goggles, face shields and gowns don't develop COVID-19 symptoms or test positive for the virus, a Chinese study suggests.
Researchers examined data on 116 doctors and 304 nurses who were deployed to Wuhan for 6-8 weeks from 24 January to 7 April.
They were all involved in aerosol-generating procedures and provided with appropriate PPE to care for patients with COVID-19.
Participants worked four- to six