KSG Agro donated prophylactics to physicians

The agricultural enterprise of KSG Agro acquired and sent preventive drugs to cater for the needs of physicians of the Dnipropetrovsk regional checkpoint (village Lyashkivka).
Considering that during the pandemic period there is a shortage of preventive drugs – masks, costumes, antiseptic agents, tests, etc. – primarily to protect doctors, KSG Agro acquired and sent to the regional checkpoint in the village of Lyashkivka 30 protective suits, 300 masks and 5 liters of antiseptic fluid concentrate.
“It is the doctors who need priority help in the fight against the invisible enemy – the coronavirus, because they are at the forefront of battling with COVID-19,” comments Sergiy Kasianov, chairman of the board of directors at the agricultural holding KSG Agro, It is clear that under conditions of panic, low financing of medicine and hype around preventive measures, doctors are at risk and are actually left alone face to face with coronavirus. We sent the first batch of preventive drugs, and in the future we will do our best to help doctors so that they can effectively diagnose and treat our people.”
The operational headquarters for countering coronavirus infection, launched by KSG Agro at the location of the pig complex, continue to work there, at the village of Niva Trudova. At the entrance to the village there is a patrol of the public organization “Varta” and police officers, who controls people arriving in Niva Trudova. For all entering, without exception, screening (measurement) of body temperature is carried out, explanations and recommendations are given, and printed materials on quarantine measures are distributed. In addition, more than a thousand food packages containing essential goods (oil, pasta, cereals, tea, sugar, etc.) were formed and transferred from the village residents. Those kits also include personal protective equipment.
For reference: The village of Lyashkivka in the Tsarichansky district of the Dnipropetrovsk region during the quarantine period was determined as the regional checkpoint at the entrance to the Dnipropetrovsk region from the Poltava, Kharkov and Kiev regions; this checkpoint meets residents of the Dnipropetrovsk region who arrive from abroad. It is here that the doctors of the regional center provide an examination, establish a diagnosis and determine the next steps for the examined. In recent days, hundreds of labor migrants returning from Poland and other European countries have been examined at this checkpoint.