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Oxford Pharmacology receives donation of PPE
Oxford Pharmacology receives donation of PPE

Today, Oxford Department of Pharmacology received a donation of PPE from a student association. On behalf of all the staff at the Oxford Department of Pharmacology please accept our thanks for the generous donation of 2,000 surgical facemasks and 2,000 nitrile gloves from the Oxford Chinese Students and Scholars Association (OXCSSA) and Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Alumni Network, China. These masks and gloves will play an essential role in the protection of both staff and students as we seek to establish a safe and efficient environment for gradual reopening from COVID-19 lockdown.

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