Madigele admits to uniform challenges in hospitals

The Ministry of Health (MoH) has admitted that some of its facilities are out of stock of protective clothing such as gowns, cloaks, boots and aprons.

The Assistant Minister of Health, Alfred Madigele made this admission in Parliament last week.

“I am, however, aware that some facilities ran out of stock of protective clothing such as gowns, cloaks, boots and aprons.  My ministry is facing challenges of procuring uniforms and other protective clothing of standard quality and amount, to meet the needs of our nurses,” Madigele said.

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