RIGA - Hospitals and the Emergency Medical Service, based on data they have released, have reserves of personal protective equipment (PPE) for one to two months on the average, as the Emergency Medical Service's representative Dita Heiberga told Saeima Public Expenditure and Audit Committee on Wednesday.
The Emergency Medical Service has observed risks in the procurement of PPE due to delayed supplies. According to Heiberga, small-scale individual purchases of PPE could be easier to implement, but in case of larger purchases, there is a risk that tenders may end witho...
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