In the end of April Sino-Russian project “SILK WAY RALLY Association” has gratuitously provided the Voskresensk First District Hospital and Voskresensk Emergence Care Department with personal protective equipment, such as specialized clothing, googles, masks, respirators, extra strong gloves and shoe covers of higher protection level, for all healthcare personnel fighting on the front lines of COVID-19.
‘SILK WAY RALLY Association has many years of experience in cooperation with China at every level. It made possible to have high-quality PPE, recommended by PRC government and proven effective in Wuhan, delivered in Russia, where there was the strongest demand for them. We totally support Russian national healthcare workers support program “Protect those who save”,’ Association Administrative Director Nadejda Chekunova said.
Larisa Burdova, the Deputy Head Doctor of Voskresensk First District Hospital, where 960 healthcare workers were taking care of their patients, highly appreciated the medical materials provided: ‘We thank all personnel of SILK WAY RALLY Association and are especially grateful to Association Director General Bulat Yanborisov, who has found opportunity to provide our doctors and nurses with personal protective equipment for free. I hope that PPE proven effective in Wuhan will help our workers to remain at duty and continue to treat patients with suspected COVID-19’.
PPE were also gratuitously provided to City Clinical Hospital #40 in Kommunarka, Yudin City Clinical Hospital and Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University.
Silk Way Rally Association is an organizer of a transnational humanitarian project, conducted commonly by Russia and China and based on the 599-r order of the Government of the Russian Federation, dated April 8, 2001. The project exercises the cooperation between relevant executive authorities of rally host countries at every level and develops national management, which allows to implement the gained experience and mature system of communication to conduct large-scale interstate projects in politics and business.