Health care professionals in Canada are making wills because of fear there will be a shortage of personal protection equipment (PPE) when dealing with COVID-19-infected patients, according to reports Tuesday.

“That’s a discussion I had just this week with my husband – and it’s something we all have been thinking about,” said Michelle Cohen, a family physician in the small town of Brighton, just outside of Toronto, told Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. “There’s been a lot of discussion about that with colleagues.”

She works at a clinic in Brighton, but has added her name to a list of doctors

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