Coronavirus : Fashion house Armani to produce medical overalls

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The fashion house, run by designer Giorgio Armani, will start producing single use medical overalls.

 

As we previously announced, Giorgio Armani recently promised to pay approximately 2 million euros in person, distributed between various Italian hospitals, including the hospitals Luigi Sacco, San Raffaele and Istituto dei Tumori in Milan and Istituto Spallanzani in Rome, as well as to the civil protection of his country.

 

But the Italian designer does not stop there.

 

Fashion house Armani will start the manufacturing of single use medical overalls for individual protection of healthcare workers involved in the treatment for the Covid-19 coronavirus, reported Thursday the Repubblica newspaper, citing an official statement from the company.

 

All production sites in Italy will be involved, the company said.

 

 

Read also > Coronavirus : How is the fashion and luxury industry organized to fight it?

 

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