The government will provide all support to ensure smooth cooperation between healthcare institutions and the companies that supply them with equipment, even in this extremely difficult situation, the Minister of State for Parliament and Strategy of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM) told MTI. Tamas Chanda, Parliamentary Minister of State and Strategist at the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM), told Gabor Csato, Director General of the National Ambulance Service, and Akos Hegedus, CEO of Linde Gáz Magyarország Zrt. Which supplies oxygen to healthcare facilities.
We use all means – including financial assistance and organizational support – so that these institutions and companies can continue to operate without interruption.
Said Tamas Shanda.
In a statement issued after the consultation, Gabor Csato, Director General of OMSZ, confirmed that nearly 8,500 of their comrades are participating in the fight against the virus nationwide, in addition to more than 500 medical and university students, and hundreds of volunteers are helping them. He asked everyone to help make ambulances and all health workers by taking the epidemiological regulations as seriously as possible. The head of the ambulance service, according to MTI, added: “Our comrades have so far helped nearly 150,000 patients suspected or confirmed to be infected with the Coronavirus, and have taken epidemiological samples for about 1.2 million people.”
Linde Gáz Magyarország Zrt CEO Ákos Hegedüs confirmed. , In the statement that the Coronavirus represents a huge additional burden on the company’s more than 400 employees. According to him, due to the epidemic, they have to provide a lot of oxygen, the demand has doubled.
“In the last month alone, we delivered about 1.5 million cubic meters of liquid oxygen to nearly 70 percent of Hungarian hospitals.
“It is a matter of great satisfaction for our employees, and of course for us, the company leaders, to be able to count on government support,” the CEO said. As you know the index,
This is four times the amount delivered in the same period the previous year.
The company is also expanding its bottling capacity with its own robust investment of 3 billion HUF with its strong investment in addition to the existing air decomposition plant in Donaugváros. Speaking to the index, Zsófia Görgey, the company’s communications director, said the bottle-filler resulting from the investment will be the newest and largest manufacturer of this type in the country. The new unit is expected to be fully operational in the first quarter of 2023 and will meet the needs of industrial companies as well as those of hospitals.
The company’s digital medical oxygen vial is already in use by ambulances.