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Italian nurses share selfies of bruised faces after 13-hour  · Selfies featuring their exhausted and bruised faces have gone viral on social media. These injuries come from them wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) day after day, hour after hour. Yet, they also share messages of hope — and a warning for people to stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19. Nicola Sgarbi, a nurse in Italy, wrote

How to Dress Like an Italian: Spring Edition · Italians tend to wear basic blue jeans a lot less often than their counterparts elsewhere. It’s not that women are always in dresses, and men in suits; it’s that when they do throw on trousers, they’re rarely basic jeans or

First Person: ‘Fate’ of Italian nurse, and countless other  · Laura Lupi works at a COVID-19 hospital in Teramo in the Abruzzo region of Italy to the east of the capital, Rome. On 6 April, Italy had recorded over 16,500 deaths from the virus, :4

Coronavirus Italy: Nurse reveals bruises from wearing face : : Emilia Mazza:3 Nurse’s face bruised from wearing protective masks as she treats people in a coronavirus ward An Italian nurse treating patients on a coronavirus ward has shared a raw snap to Instagram

Nurses who administer chemo don't always  · January 23, 2019. Female nurses who administer antineoplastic drugs – medications used to treat cancer – don’t always wear protective clothing, according to a new NIOSH study published online in the American Journal of

Jobs and Industries That Require PPE or Tough Work Wear  · Carpentry is another example, as are farm-based jobs, electricians, pilots, policemen and engineers. Other jobs that require PPE or some kind of protective clothing include those working in catering, butchers and construction; even professional car and motorcycle racers must be fully kitted out with helmets, leather suits, gloves and boots