The additions to Eleanor's uniform. Face mask, safety specs and gloves.
Better to be safe than sorry.
Eleanor works in a laboratory in a private hospital. All private treatment in the hospital is now on hold and instead, they're taking NHS neurology and orthopaedic patients, though some of them have suspected coronavirus. They're not nursing these patients on the wards, instead, once these patients are identified, they're being transferred back to a nearby NHS hospital to be treated on the coronavirus wards, but obviously, staff have to wear protective equipment in case it turns out that these patients do have the virus.
There's plenty of work in the labs for Eleanor to be kept busy at the moment but all staff have been told that they'll be redeployed onto the wards to be trained and work as healthcare assistants if there isn't enough work in their own departments. It's all hands on deck. Eleanor says she's quite happy to do that, she'd rather be busy than sat twiddling her thumbs.