Company pledges 20,000 face shields in fight against COVID-19
There have been many examples of active citizenry since the lockdown and the efforts to fight COVID-19 continue.
Dispak GroupMD Ashir Patel says his company has pledged 10,000 face shields to the Gauteng Department of Health as well as another 10,000 to healthcare workers on the frontline.
Our face shield is not a 3D printed face shield, we have made a very low-cost and high production type of face shield.Ashir Patel, MD - Dispak Group
Initially we are going to produce up to 80,000 face shields a week and as the demand increases we will ramp up our production to close to 150,000 through the week and so that gives me the versatility to pull out whatever is required for donations and I am happy to help wherever I can.Ashir Patel, MD - Dispak Group
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