Audit Scotland says supplies of items such as gowns and masks ran very low in April last year
Some stocks of PPE in Scotland came within eight hours of running out at the height of the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by the country’s public spending watchdog.
Audit Scotland said centrally held supplies of key items ran “very low” in April 2020. At points, long-sleeved gowns came within eight hours of running out, there were only 24 hours’ worth of hospital-grade FFP3 masks, and two days’ worth of visors.
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