The company also recently donated key diagnostic equipment to the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING) in aid of the gruelling battle against Covid-19 on our island.
The donation includes the delivery of ventilators from both Asia and Europe, most of which have already arrived in Cyprus and the rest of which are expected to arrive next week. These include mobile ventilators fit for both emergencies during the transportation of the patient and for the ICU, and state-of-the art ventilators designed specially for the ICU. All ventilators will be delivered to Nicosia General Hospital and will then be distributed accordingly.
Exness CEO Petr Valov commented: “As we can see in places like Italy, Spain and New York, the availability of ventilators is the key to saving more lives should the situation continue to worsen. I am glad we’ve managed to order and actually deliver most of these 19 ventilators to Cyprus in such terrible conditions of global shortage of such medical equipment. I hope it saves some lives”.
Exness has pledged up to 1,000,000 euro financial aid to the Covid-19 cause in Cyprus, in the form of donations to key funds, medical bodies and the public health sector.