Coronavirus: Social workers forced to make ‘DIY protection kits’ for visits

Joe Lepper
Thursday, March 26, 2020

Social workers say they are being forced to make their own protective equipment as they follow government guidelines to continue visiting vulnerable children and families who have coronavirus symptoms.

Social workers have been left without protective items like hand sanitiser. Picture: KittyKat/Adobe Stock
Social workers have been left without protective items like hand sanitiser. Picture: KittyKat/Adobe Stock

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