Pitstone business donates Personal Protective Equipment to Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Supporting the NHS staff
A business in Pitstone has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Stoke Mandeville Hospital to help protect staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
KLS, Suppliers of Hygiene & Catering Products, donated masks, gloves and alcohol gel to protect doctors and nurses who are on the frontline.
David Lawless, director, said: "We heard that Stoke Mandeville Hospital didn’t have enough PPE for frontline staff so on Thursday, we at KLS donated our entire remaining PPE stock of masks, gloves and alcohol gel to the hospital to help protect the hard working doctors and nurses.
"They quite rightly have the whole country's support and they should all be able to work with the correct protection.
"We are working hard to acquire more to donate in the coming weeks."
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