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Home business Cosmote is providing 2m euros to support Greek hospitals

Cosmote is providing 2m euros to support Greek hospitals

Cosmote: Gives 2m euros to Greek hospitals to help: 2m euros to Greek hospitals to donate respirators, beds suitable for ICUs and other medical equipment, based on needs defined by the Ministry of Health, OTE Group is moving forward, supporting the national effort to address the health crisis caused by the spread of the new coronavirus.


OTE Group is immediately delivering 25 respirators, worth 255.000 euros, while a major effort is under way to purchase additional respirators and dozens of fully equipped beds for the Intensive Care Units of the Greek referral hospitals. At the same time, in consultation with the coordinating department of the Ministry of Health, it will purchase other medical equipment, based on the needs of hospitals. The total offer of OTE Group will amount to € 2 million.

"In these difficult times, we are all together. With our partnership, our country will emerge victorious. We hope that the supply of medical equipment will help the titanium work of our Greek hospitals, doctors and nurses, who are sacrificing themselves every day in the fight for the care of our fellow human beings, "said Group President and Chief Executive Officer Timothy Group. .

Cosmote of Greek hospitals

OTE Group has taken initiatives and a series of measures to protect its people, protect its telecommunications infrastructures and services, as well as provide services and digital tools that facilitate the increased needs of its subscribers for communication, connectivity, entertainment and work from home.

80% of the people who work for OTE Group, over 13.000 people, are already working remotely - for more than two weeks. At the same time, OTE Group's front-line people take care of the day-to-day communication of citizens, businesses and operators.

All actions of the Group to support society and facilitate its subscribers as long as the fight against it pandemic, are published on www.cosmote.gr

Source: insider.gr


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