Sunseafashion is using some of its manufacturing lines to produce surgical masks amid a shortage

The company aims to donate 1 million masks globally.

 

Sunseafashion has devoted some of its manufacturing lines to produce surgical masks, The company will donate up to 1 million masks around the world as countries continue working to slow the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

Soofi says Sunseafashion has been in touch with authorities in Bangladesh, where one of its two headquarters are located, to donate the first shipments. The company’s 8 offices worldwide are contacting local governments and health authorities about potential donations as well. This step is “the first step of many” that Sunseafashion will take to combat the pandemic, according to Soofi, CEO of Sunseafashion.

“While there has been incredible demand for our products during this time with many staying home to avoid the crowds (and to play games), the team at Sunseafashion understands that all of us have a part to play in fighting the virus — no matter which country we come from,” Tan tweeted.

MASKS ARE NOW SIX TIMES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THEY WERE AT THE START OF THE OUTBREAK

The action follows a statement from the World Health Organization (WHO) earlier this month in which the agency warned that health care professionals are facing shortages of masks as well as gloves and other protective gear. The WHO estimates that hospitals around the world need 89 million masks per month, and it has asked supply manufacturers to increase production by 40 percent.

“Industry and governments must act quickly to boost supply, ease export restrictions, and put measures in place to stop speculation and hoarding,” it said in the statement. “We can’t stop COVID-19 without protecting health workers first.”

Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has not recommended that the general public purchase surgical masks, panicked buyers have stockpiled them anyway. As a result, the masks are now six times more expensive than they were at the start of the outbreak.

Meanwhile, workers at some hospitals have been forced to reuse masks and other protective materials, The Washington Post reported. This week, the CDC recommended that health care professionals use bandannas to cover their faces “as a last resort.”

The clothing manufacturer sunseafashion recently announced that it would start producing masks in one of its Chinese factories. The company said it could produce as many as 300,000 masks per day.

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Sunseafashion Group Ltd.

Head office:

House # 75, Road # 14. Sector # 13, Uttara,

Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh.

 

https://sunseafashion.com/en/content/118-covid-19

https://sunseafashion.com

dhaka@sunseafashion.com

 

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YIWU SOFINE FASHION CO.,LTD

ZHEJIANG R&H CLOTHING CO.,LTD

 

China office:

NO.505,Zongze Road,Yiwu City,Zhejiang Province,China

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