News Russian frontliner reprimanded for wearing bikini under see-through PPE

Russian frontliner reprimanded for wearing bikini under see-through PPE


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A nurse in Russia who is in her 20s has been reprimanded for wearing bikini under a transparent PPE.

Her photo inside a male ward has gone viral while checking on patients and just wearing a see-through PPE.

According to the Tula, Russia news, the nurse was just wearing bikini because the PPE that the hospital was requiring them to wear to protect themselves against getting inflicted with Covid-19 was too hot to wear.

The regional health ministry was reportedly said that a ‘disciplinary sanction was applied to the nurse of the infectious disease department who violated the uniform requirements.’

As of May 21, Russia has 308,705 Covid-19 cases with 2,972 deaths and 85,392 recoveries.

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