Wear a bikini inside protective gear to cheer nurse on Covid-19 epidemic

Many people wear clothes that look like nurses to show their support.
Many people wear clothes that look like nurses to show their support.

Many women in Russia have called for photos of bikini under protective clothing to support the struggling health workers against the Covid-19 epidemic.

In recent days, many people in the city of Samara (Russia) have called for bikini under protective clothing, took pictures and posted on social networks as a way of expressing sympathy for the anti-epidemic health workers Covid- 19.

This activity was initiated after the case of Nadezhda Zhukova – a nurse working in the city of Tula. A photo of her in underwear under her work jacket was circulated last week, drawing attention on social media, according to RT.

Zhukova told the hospital leader she did so because she felt so suffocated that she had to wear protective clothing to work all day, but did not expect the inner underwear to be so revealing.

According to the person who shared the photo, the patients in the room did not seem too concerned about the strange clothes of the nurse, only occasionally there were a few people who caught a glimpse.

Instead of being criticized or disparaged, Zhukova has many people expressed sympathy and encouragement for working hard to save people in difficult times of disease. Even the director of lingerie company Miss X Anastasia Yakusheva also said that she wanted to invite the nurse as a model for the brand.

After experiencing for myself, many people said that the protective suit was really secretive and caused a hot, uncomfortable wear even for a few minutes.

The nurse was wearing underwear under overalls because of overheating.
The nurse was wearing underwear under overalls because of overheating.

“Hot, sweat is always causing the blurry glasses. Not to mention the doctors also have to wear this outfit all day and save as much as possible to work. It’s admirable for them,” one person shared.

Anna Savishcheva, director of Tula Regional General Hospital, said nurse Zhukova was not fined after the incident. She is still working normally and is considered a highly qualified employee. The nurse has not been home for 2 months to give treatment to Covid-19 patients.

Source: https://behecare.com/

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