Small clinical practices, community health centers, homeless shelters and some smaller hospitals across the US are struggling with inadequate supplies of personal protective equipment to guard against COVID-19, and access to gloves is emerging as a particular problem. Many are relying on donations or community-led programs to meet the high demand, while others have turned to reusing equipment such as N95 masks.
PPE shortage hits smaller health care providers
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