EU countries are successfully cooperating with British companies that supply them with medical masks, respirators and other personal protective equipment.
This was reported by the newspaper “The Telegraph” on Tuesday, April 21, referring to its own sources.
Huge quantities of medical products are freely exported from Britain to Germany, Spain and Italy. The day before, three trucks registered in Italy, arrived at a warehouse of the company “Veenak International” in Birmingham. Here, 750,000 medical masks were loaded on them, and then they went back to the mainland. In addition, according to sources, last week the company sent to the EU 5 million medical masks and over a million and a half respirators.
Moreover, right now the company’s warehouses hold millions of pounds worth of medical products. It’s being shipped to Britain from China. Some of the boxes even bear the inscription: “The British are still fighting! You’re not the only ones fighting, we’ll be with you! We are the waves of the same ocean! With best wishes from China.”
At the same time, British physicians are forced to work in a severe shortage of protective equipment. In particular, if just two weeks ago the authorities supplied 33 million units of this product to medical institutions, last Sunday this amount was reduced to 12 million.
As it turned out, the UK government simply refuses to cooperate with local suppliers, although the warehouses are literally full of the same products that states are actively trying to buy in China. As a result, they are selling the goods to EU countries.
The publication recalls that both the U.S. and EU countries have introduced a ban on the export of medical products in the context of the Coronavirus Pandemic COVID-19. However, in Britain, the coronavirus crisis provoked a managerial collapse.
As News Front reported earlier, in one of London hospitals nurses had to work with infected people, wearing garbage bags instead of special protective suits. At the same time, some medical institutions even recorded riots of employees. Later, a British biologist, who was involved in the processing of tests, reported a shortage of special swabs, so that professionals can not even test for coronavirus.The End of the World as We Know It. Part 10, The Return of the King