KIND-HEARTED locals in Easterhouse have launched a drive to collect pyjamas for NHS staff. 

The generous Glaswegians are doing their bit to support doctors and nurses on the frontline amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The collection was launched by Easterhouse woman Jaclyn and she hopes it will help support staff during a difficult time.

She told The Glasgow Times: “I’m pregnant, so need to still go to hospitals for scans and check-ups. 

“It’s just trying to take a bit of pressure off the NHS staff – who are doing an amazing job. 

“As well as taking a bit of strain off of the NHS workers, you’ve got to remember these patients are there and some could be there for weeks or months.

“All people have to do is collect stuff and drop it off at the Royal Infirmary.” 


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