Delyan Peevski donates protective suits to doctors in Pazardzhik hospital

Lawmaker from the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) Delyan Peevski has donated 100 water-proof whole-body reusable protective garments made of two- and three-layer fabric with biocomponent membrane as well as 500 face shields to the Pazardzhik General Hospital, the largest public health facility in the region announced. These are only some of the protective gear and equipment that the lawmaker is set to donate to the hospital.

The hospital also received 69 reusable protective suits with silver-ion technology. The donation, worth BGN 7,038, was made by Nikola Nikolov, managing director of the Pazardzhik company NIVEL OOD. Additionally, the Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Unit received a Siemens Servo Ventilator from the owner of Dichi, Dimitar Medarov. The ventilator will be used for life support treatment for patients who can no longer breathe on their own.

The sum of BGN 1,000 was transferred to the hospital’s bank account on 3 April by Rumen Dimitrov, who donated his salary as municipal councilor to help efforts to combat COVID-19. The virus is spreading, which is why it is important for Bulgarian citizens to work together to overcome this enormous challenge.

Donations of cash and equipment for the Together in the Fight against COVID-19campaign launched in support of Pazardzhik General Hospital are still welcomed, the healthcare facility said.

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