A group of German doctors have posed naked in an attempt to draw attention to shortages of protective clothing and equipment. Calling their protest Blanke Bedenken , or Naked Qualms, members of the group said they felt at risk from coronavirus and claimed their calls for help over several months had gone unheeded. The doctors posed in their practices, taking cover behind files, toilet rolls, medical equipment and prescription blocks. German doctors have repeatedly appealed for more PPE since the arrival of the virus in Germany in late January.
German doctors protest lack of protective equipment by posing naked
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Doctors pose nude to call for more PPE in Germany’s coronavirus fight
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A group of German doctors has stripped naked in a series of photos to show how vulnerable they feel without adequate protective equipment on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. To treat you safely, we need protective equipment. On its site the group, which was launched on Thursday and has since garnered growing attention online, has featured more photos of doctors posing in their medical practices, some wearing nothing but a stethoscope, hiding their private parts behind medical equipment, paperwork and toilet rolls. Why do I now need to know how to sew masks? Like in many other countries around the continent, German health workers have appealed for more personal protective equipment, or PPE, since the beginning of the crisis that has so far claimed the lives of 5, people in the country.