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  3. Risk of COVID-19 among front-line health-care workers and the general community: a prospective cohort study  The Lancet
  4. Even With Proper PPE, Frontline Healthcare Workers 3x More Likely to Test Positive for COVID-19  SciTechDaily
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The front-line healthcare workers with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) have a three-fold increased risk of a positive SARS-CoV-2 test, compared to the general population.The front-line healthcare workers with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) have a three-fold increased risk of a positive SARS-CoV-2 test, compared to the general population.

Frontline healthcare workers more likely to test Covid-19 positive, despite PPE: Study - health - Hindustan Times

Frontline workers who did not have sufficient protective equipment were 1.3 times more likely to test positive than those who said they had proper equipmentFrontline workers who did not have sufficient protective equipment were 1.3 times more likely to test positive than those who said they had proper equipment

Coronavirus: 'Systematic racism' puts minority health workers at greater risk, says study

A new study published today in Lancet Public Health has found that front-line healthcare workers with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) have a three-fold increased risk of a positive SARS-CoV-2 test, compared to the general population. Those with inadequate PPE had a further increase in r

Even With Proper PPE, Frontline Healthcare Workers 3x More Likely to Test Positive for COVID-19

Even With Proper PPE, Frontline Healthcare Workers 3x More Likely to Test Positive for COVID-19 – SciTechDaily

Researchers say their findings highlight the importance of adequate availability and use of PPE, and the need for additional protective strategies.Researchers say their findings highlight the importance of adequate availability and use of PPE, and the need for additional protective strategies.

Frontline workers at three-times greater risk of coronavirus despite PPE | ITV News

The findings highlight the importance of availability and use of PPE, but also the need for strategies to protect healthcare workersThe findings highlight the importance of availability and use of PPE, but also the need for strategies to protect healthcare workers

Study shows frontline healthcare workers at greater risk of coronavirus, despite protective gear

The data also suggests that the risk of infection increased at least five-fold among Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) health staff.The data also suggests that the risk of infection increased at least five-fold among Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) health staff.

Health workers still three times more likely to catch coronavirus despite PPE | Metro News

Wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients with Covid-19 isn’t enough to completely eliminate the threat from the virus for frontline workers, according to a new study from King’s College London. Health care workers with adequate gloves, gowns and face masks still had 3.4 times the risk of contracting the coronavirus compared to the general […]Wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients with Covid-19 isn’t enough to completely eliminate the threat from the virus for frontline workers, according to a ne…

Health care workers wearing PPE are still 3 times more at risk of COVID-19 infection, new study finds | KTLA

Wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients with Covid-19 isn’t enough to completely eliminate the threat from the virus for frontline workers, according to a ne…

Health care workers wearing PPE are still 3 times more at risk of COVID-19 infection, new study finds | KTLA

PARIS - Researchers raised fears that "systematic racism" in the provision of protective equipment was putting minority health workers at greater risk on Friday, as a study showed higher coronavirus infection rates among British and American medical staff. PARIS - Researchers raised fears that "systematic racism" in the provision of protective equipment was putting minority health workers at greater risk on Friday, as a study showed higher coronavirus infection rates among British and American medical staff.

Study points to race, equipment access for higher virus risk in health staff

Researchers say their findings highlight the importance of adequate availability and use of PPE, and the need for additional protective strategies.Researchers say their findings highlight the importance of adequate availability and use of PPE, and the need for additional protective strategies.

Frontline healthcare workers at greater risk of coronavirus despite PPE – study

The study looked at some 2.1 million app users, mainly from Britain, of which 99,795 people identified themselves as frontline healthcare workers. The study looked at some 2.1 million app users, mainly from Britain, of which 99,795 people identified themselves as frontline healthcare workers.

Study Points to Race, Equipment Access for Higher Coronavirus Risk in Health Staff