related Russian Nurse wears underwear to treat covid-19 patients on male ward (PHOTO)

Russian Nurse wears underwear to treat covid-19 patients on male ward (PHOTO)

A Russia nurse is doing her best to lift the mood of coronavirus patients with her mode of dressing.

The unnamed nurse in her 20s who works in a male ward in Tula Regional Clinical Hospital goes on her routine wearing only an underwear under transparent PPE gown.

The revealing picture was taken by a patient in the isolation in the south of Moscow, the Russian capital.

The man who shared the photos noted that there were ‘no complaints’ from fellow patients.

 However, according to reports, the nurse is being sanctioned by the hospital management.

The nurse reportedly told her superiors at the hospital that she didn’t realise the PPE was so transparent. She also claimed wearing a uniform under her PPE clothing left her feeling "too hot".

The hospital chiefs punished the nurse for ‘non-compliance with the requirements for medical clothing’ before the regional health ministry also confirmed that “a disciplinary sanction was applied to the nurse of the infectious diseases department who violated (uniform) requirements”.

One patient said there was no objection from men in the coronavirus ward while admitting there was ‘some embarrassment’.

Readers of local newspaper Tula News congratulated the nurse. 'At least someone has a sense of humour in this gloomy, gloomy reality,' said Sergey Ratnikov.

'Why the reprimand?' asked another named Albert Kuzminov.

A woman commenter Marina Astakhova posted: ‘Well done, she raised the mood of the patients.’

And Valery Kapnin wrote: ‘Why punish the nurse, you need to reward her. ‘Seeing this outfit, no-one wants to die.’

The incident came as the head of Russia's Covid-19 monitoring centre, a former TV doctor, Alexander Myasnikov, shocked viewers with his blunt speaking on the coronavirus crisis.

'The infection will anyway take its toll,' he said. 'It'll take its toll. 'We will anyway all get sick.

'Those who were supposed to die will die.'

Russia had recorded over 299,000 cases of infection, with an official death toll now over 2,800.

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