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27 Mär 2020

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UK: NHS buys 88.5million gloves manufactured in Malaysia from firm linked previously to forced labour allegations

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"Coronavirus: Supermax's 88.5m gloves bought for NHS", 27 March 2020

A company's entire stock of 88.5 million medical gloves has been bought by the government for use by NHS staff during the coronavirus outbreak.

Supermax, based in Peterborough, said it was approached for the disposable gloves last week by the Department of Health and Social Care...

The... latex and vinyl gloves... are made in Malaysia...

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