News of INTCO—INTCO Recycling’s brother company INTCO Medical is now making great efforts to fight against Ebola for people’s safety and health. GreenMax as the plastic recycling machinery section of INTCO Recycling, feels quite proud of that.
INTCO Medical fight Ebola
According to the latest Ebola outbreak report published by the World Health Organization on the 25th this month, the cumulative confirmed, probable, and possible infections are 12,008, resulting in the total death of 5,078. The number of infections is now approaching one million.
United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the African Union Commission, the EU Commission, the UN, MSF and the Economic Community of West African States have invested human and financial resources to control this epidemic.
There are probably few of epidemic that can arouse the public attention and vigilance like Ebola. And each time when we hear the bad news of having confirmed people infected with Ebola in areas outside West Africa, we feel terrified. This dreadful virus, which even can be called “Death Virus”, is now going out of the original village in West Africa, and landing in Europe and North America.
According to the professional Disease Control Agency, protective medical products including clothing, masks, gloves, gowns and goggles can effectively prevent the risk of being infected with Ebola by contacting infections and lower the infected rate.
Under these circumstances, INTCO Medical as a leading disposable medical supplies and medical equipment manufacturer, will surely dedicate to the disease control battle with people around the world together and provide the best quality products and services.
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And many people would even remember that in August, Basic Medical of INTCO has donated medical gloves to the areas that are infected with Ebola. Indeed, since the appearance of Ebola, INTCO Medical has making contributions for the prevention of Ebola all the time. And we wish people in the whole world, especially those in the infected areas will be safe from Ebola.