Spanish multinational electric utility company Iberdrola has donated 300 pieces of breathing equipment to help strengthen Spain’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Volunteers from the company collaborated in the management of the shipment of the Aeonmed Vg70 (intrusive oxygen ventilator) model ventilators, which have been distributed to health departments in the country. 

This initiative forms part of the global action undertaken by the Iberdrola during the pandemic and completes the process of delivering essential supplies, taking advantage of its global supply capability. 

Since the start of the pandemic, the group has acquired a total of 400 pieces of breathing equipment to be donated to the health authorities and hospitals, as well as 4.6 million masks, 120,000 protective coveralls and 20,000 pairs of goggles; all managed through the suppliers Iturri, Wottoline, Amara and Viral Health.

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Source: Iberdrola