Two thirds of doctors in Wales do not feel fully protected from coronavirus at work, a British Medical Association Wales survey has found.
It found that 67 per cent of doctors did not feel fully protected, with 60 per cent having to purchase PPE directly, or have relied on PPE supplies being donated.
The BMA Wales survey also found that 33 per cent of doctors 'would not bother to speak up' about issues such as PPE or staffing shortages as they did not think anything would be done about it.
Seven per cent of doctors surveyed also said that they feared speaking out about the issues.
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