The Founder and CEO of Comac Medical donates protective equipment to North Macedonia amid the coronavirus pandemic
April 24, 2020

COVID-19 has created both immediate and long-term consequences for people and systems around the world. Countries in Eastern Europe have yet to experience to experience the peak of the outbreak. The Republic of North Macedonia is witnessing a linear growth in the number of new cases on a daily basis.

The Founder and CEO of Comac Medical Milen Vrabevski, MD (and Bulgarian Memory Foundation,  the CSR sub-structure of Comac Medical) donated protective equipment to the Republic of North Macedonia amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

On April 23, 5000 masks, 200 pieces of protective equipment, and 200 pairs of protective glasses were sent to colleagues on the frontline in “Strumica ” and “Delčevo ” Municipalities with the support of the Embassy of North Macedonia.

This is yet another donation in the region from Dr. Vrabevski, who has been supporting the academic development and health care of the people across the border for more than a decade now.

Up to this moment, North Macedonia has 1300 cases of coronavirus infections and 56 deaths.  North Macedonia has yet to reach the peak of coronavirus, and according to its projections, the outbreak peak is expected at the end of April or early May.

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