Global personal protective equipment (PPE) market is predicted to reach $112.7 billion by 2030, advancing at a 7.7% CAGR during 2020–2030. The rapidly increasing incidence of coronavirus across the globe is one of the major reasons for the growth of the market. Due to the novel disease, the demand for protective gear from healthcare settings has increased and the awareness regarding the use of this equipment is growing as well.

Amidst the rising tensions regarding the disease, governments of several countries are facing shortage of crucial healthcare items and therefore are dependent upon their import form India, China, the U.K., and Japan, which is driving the PPE market. For instance, the U.K. has exported millions of important medical supplies, such as PPE kits, to Italy, Spain, and Germany. Furthermore, about 90 tons of essential healthcare supplies, including PPE equipment, was provided to Venezuela in April 2020 by the United Nations Children’s Fund.

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