14 July 2021 | News
A dozen of oxygen concentrators and 44,000 protective masks were provided
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Envision Group, a leading green technology company based in China, recently donated dozens of oxygen concentrators and 44,000 protective masks to India in wake of the shortage of essential medical supplies during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kane Xu, VP, Envision Energy said, "Envision Group has strong ties with the local communities, and we want to do our best to protect the health and safety of the local people. Following the outbreak of COVID, Envision donated several batches of masks and other medical supplies to support the local health care system and frontline workers to fight against the pandemic, and we will continue to do more."
Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, Envision Group led and coordinated a series of efforts to donate essential medical supplies to countries around the world. On March 1 2020, Envision Group put into operation the Envision Smile Manufacturing Center, a mask production facility set up within just 15 days, with a daily output of 100,000 masks.
To date, Envision Group has donated over six million masks, along with protective clothing and other medications to Japan, South Korea, Denmark, Italy, Germany, France, the US and Argentina, and will continue to support the global effort in combating COVID-19.