COVID-19: GENERALI Slovakia donated state-of-the-art UVD germicidal robots to five Slovak hospitals

25 June 2020 — Andrei Victor
GENERALI Slovakia donated innovative UVD robots for highly-efficient disinfection of the premises to five Slovak hospitals. The germicidal robots are very helpful for the hospitals not only during the coronavirus pandemic but also in daily safeguarding the high hygienic standards needed in the health facilities.

The beneficiary hospitals are: University Hospital Bratislava - Hospital of Academician Ladislav Darer Bratislava; National Institute of Children's Diseases in Bratislava; University Hospital in Martin; F. D. Roosevelt University Hospital in Banska Bystrica and L. Pasteur University Hospital in Kosice.

"Preceding weeks and months confirmed that health is important and cannot be replaced. They also showed the relevance of the technical equipment of the hospitals worldwide and a need to safeguard the top hygienic environment. Slovak Generali has found and bought a highly efficient and modern solution for hospital premises disinfection: state-of-the-art UVD robot for five largest Slovak hospitals", GENERALI announced in a statement.

GENERALI Slovakia spent almost 435 000 euro on the purchase. The donation was made possible thanks to the Extraordinary International Fund for the Covid-19 Emergency established by the GENERALI Group.

Georg ENGL, CEO of GENERALI Slovakia, explained the initiative:

"As a socially responsible company, we want to be present where the situation requires - to stand by our clients and be their lifetime partner, as well as jointly help in the society and endangered communities. That was one of the reasons why we decided to donate the state-of-the-art UVD germicidal robots to five Slovak hospitals that are useful not only during the period of the pandemic but also in the future."

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