BioCer donates protective suits and masks
It all started in a market hall in Wuhan, China – outbreak of the Coronavirus. This virus first became noticeable in this metropolis at the end of December 2019. Wuhan is considered the center of the Corona epidemic and has been largely sealed off for more than two weeks. The question now is how the population of these quarantine areas can be given medical care in the face of a rapidly increasing number of cases of illness. The hospital capacities available in Wuhan and elsewhere are far from sufficient for this. Relocation of patients to the outside areas is out of the question due to the quarantine. The construction of an emergency hospital and the repurposing of other public buildings remedied this.
The Chinese trading partner of BioCer reported that protective suits and respiratory masks for medical personnel are becoming scarce in hospitals in the affected areas and that the situation is about to escalate.
The BioCer Entwicklungs-GmbH didn’t take much time to waste on thinking and sent a donation delivery to a large Chinese hospital in Wuhan with the urgently needed protective equipment. The Tongji Hospital in Wuhan also uses the BioCer’s hemostatic devices and is therefore grateful for this helpful action by its supplier.
More information about the hospital in Wuhan can be found at: