Ukrainian fashion designer Ivan frolov speaks while demonstrating medical protective coveralls.
Ukrainian fashion designer Ivan Frolov has postponed work on his new collection and is making coveralls for doctors to meet a shortage of protective clothing during the coronavirus epidemic.
The initiative is supported by volunteers from across Ukraine, who either donate money or buy accessories and fabric used to make the clothing.
The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 41,714 with 993 cases recovered on Tuesday after receiving treatment.
Men tend to check in with their doctors far less frequently than women, and experts say that reluctance might be one of the key reasons that more men are losing their lives to coronavirus.
The campaign will run over the course of next 10 days with specific procedures and conditions.
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