Bank of Georgia will purchase the most essential medical supplies for the Ministry of Health – laboratory tests, Ventilator Breathing Apparatus, gloves and masks as part of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
According to the bank, 20,000 laboratory tests, 10 Ventilator Breathing Apparatus, 50,000 masks and 60,000 gloves will be in Georgia in a week and will be transferred to the Ministry of Health to continue the effective fight against the virus.
Archil Gachechiladze, Director-General of Bank of Georgia thanked everyone who made at least a small contribution in fighting against the virus.
“Today our fighters and heroes are our doctors and nurses, to whom we all are unanimously grateful. I believe that together we can do everything for Georgia’, – said Archil Gachechiladze.
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