The coronavirus emergency also affects Spain, and Zara starts the production of lab coats and masks to help doctors
The fashion world mobilizes to face the current sanitary emergency caused by COVID-19, through important donations to hospitals and converting the production of clothing and cosmetics to make sanitary material, from hand sanitizers to masks.
To participate in the fight against the virus is also Inditex, Spanish multinational founded by Amacio Ortega and owner of the group Zara, which makes production chains and logistic systems available to doctors and hospitals. In fact, they will be made masks to be distributed to patients and staff, as well as gowns for doctors and nurses. 10,000 masks have already been distributed, out of an expected total of 300,000.
A decision similar to that announced a few days ago by LVMH group, owner, among others, of Louis Vuitton, Dior is Givenchy, whose cosmetic manufacture will be engaged in making sanitizing products. A concrete and important support for the fashion industry, which every day registers new initiatives and donations ready to counteract the emergency in any way coronavirus.
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