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Audi Hungaria donates 100 million HUF to fight Coronavirus

Audi Hungaria donates 100 million HUF to fight Coronavirus

As the largest employer in the region, we would like to donate to fight Coronavirus while at the same time we thank the commitment of the health and social workers

Alphonse Dentner, chairman of Audi Hungary, said on Friday.

Audi Hungaria provides support to six health and social care institutions for the successful control of the Coronavirus.

Alphonse Dentner, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Audi Hungary, handed over the donation of 100 million HUF on behalf of the foundations to Dr. Andras Chaba-Daisy, Mayor of Gyr.

As the largest employer in the region, Audi Hungaria plays a major role in society and as a responsible company it helps in crisis situations. Alphonse Dentner, Chairman of the World Health Organization, said, “With our donation, we would like to contribute to the fight against the Coronavirus epidemic, and at the same time express our gratitude to the workers in health and social care institutions for their work during the outbreak of the Coronavirus.” Board of Directors of Audi Hungary.

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Six provincial institutions will benefit from the donation of 100 million HUF: the Bitz Aldar County Teaching Hospital in Gyr, the Lifeguards Foundation of the Györ Foundation, the non-profit Györ General Practitioner Ltd., the Unified Health and Social Foundation of Gyr, and the Hungarian Homeless Service. The Medical Office of the Limited Nonprofit Public Benefit.

When the Coronavirus broke out, Audi Hungaria had already made it possible for Győr Hospital to purchase two respirators from this amount, as well as donate special protective clothing to healthcare workers.

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Since the end of April, all areas of the Audi Hungaria engine and vehicle production have been resumed. The company will gradually operate its production in the coming weeks. The company’s tool factory, technical development, and other administrative areas are already operating at full capacity, observing appropriate sanitary precautions.

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