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TV costume makers create scrubs for NHS staff
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14 April 2020
On 14 April 2020 BBC reported:
The props team behind TV series His Dark Materials has switched to making visors for the NHS. The same 3D printers which created the show's alethiometer -- or the golden compass -- are now being used to make plastic face shields for medics dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, the costume department has been producing medical scrubs for health workers. Concept artist Michael van Kesteren, who devised key props in the drama, has already made 50 pieces of personal protective equipment for staff at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales.
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