Father's virus death 'probably avoidable' with proper PPE | ITV News

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Published on 27 Apr 2020, 21:54
The son of an NHS doctor who died after contracting coronavirus says his death was "probably avoidable" had his father had the correct personal protective equipment (PPE).

Dr Peter Tun was an associate specialist in neurorehabilitationt at the Royal Berkshire Hospital for more than 21 years.

The 62-year-old died in an intensive care unit at the hospital he worked at after contracting Covid-19.

His son, Michael Tun, has told ITV News his father's death may have been avoided had the associate specialist had proper PPE.

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