2020. May 30., Saturday

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Protective Gear Necessary During Pandemia Arrives to the University of Szeged

Protective gears necessary in preventing transmission of the coronavirus were distributed to the University of Szeged from the stocks of the National Healthcare Services Center on the 3rd April.

Prof. Dr. Csaba Lengyel, President of Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center, checking the delivery, pointed out that the conseignment, including overalls, thousands of FFP2 masks, surgical masks, rapid tests and goggles, is transferred to the central warehouse in Semmelweis street. Stocks can be used in accordance with the demands of the University, with regard to the needs of the pandemic hospital.


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31 hospitals in Hungary were also delivered Personal Protective Equipments (PPE).

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