Urgent help needed for Surrey's frontline workers

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Urgent help needed for Surrey's frontline workers — can you produce PPE?

Following the government announcement that there is a global shortage of PPE, Surrey County Council is urgently appealing for volunteers to help supply items for Surrey's frontline workers.

Social workers, care home staff, volunteers and others across #Surrey are fast running out of vital PPE supplies such as gowns, aprons and masks and we are calling on our amazing army of community groups and volunteers to help.

If you have skills to produce PPE items please contact : ppe.donations@surreycc.gov.uk

All items will need to be made to a specification outlined by Public Health England. Please get in touch to discuss how you can help and we will then provide this ASAP.

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