Chemical company helped with antiseptics to hospitals and social facilities

Many producers of disinfectant and antiseptic agents take “patronage” over social facilities or medical institutions.

So, in the Republic of Chuvashia plant “Khimprom” in Novocheboksarsk sent the center of social service of the population 60 litres of disinfectant, enough to provide treatment for employees with more than 3 months. Specialists of the center, in turn, continue to help those who are constantly in need, to pensioners and disabled people, bringing them food and medicines. Another 22 tons of soyproducts sent to companies that produce antiseptic. Most of these antiseptics, in turn, through the charity Fund will be distributed to hospices in the region.

the Company “s C Johnson” – also in cooperation with the charity Fund – helped infectious hospitals that treat people with a diagnosis of COVID-19. Allocated for this purpose disinfectants for the sum more than 3 million rubles. 10.5 thousand packages were sent to clinical hospital № 5 named after Filatov in St. Petersburg and in the regional infectious diseases hospital in Veliky Novgorod. The same number will be sent to the Botkin hospital in St. Petersburg.

In Bugulma (Republic of Tatarstan), local manufacturer of aerosol Tris rearranged their production on tap antiseptic and donated the solution to the healthcare system and Department of the MIA of Russia in Bugulma area. In Kaluga region the first batch produced antiseptic region donated the plant of the company “L”oréal”.

And yet chemists are helping ordinary people: in St. Petersburg at the entrance of the State scientific-research chemical-analytical Institute appeared a tank of disinfectant for the hands and two for surfaces. To gain a reasonable amount of antiseptic for personal use can be anyone.

In General, the production of skin antiseptics in Russia on the background of the pandemic rose to the level of 300 thousand liters per day. This was announced by Deputy Minister of industry and trade of the Russian Federation Mikhail Ivanov. Now antiseptic at Russian plants produced six times more than in early March.