Tat Charity Foundation has purchased 10 thousand coronavirus diagnostic test kits and donated them to the Health, Treatment and Medical Training Organization.
According to Iran Mall's public affairs, Tat Charity Foundation has officially donated 10 thousand Iranian coronavirus diagnostic test kits to the Health, Treatment and Medical Training Organization. These kits are manufactured by a team of 3 Iranian Knowledge-based companies.
Kosari, the executive secretary of Tat Charity Foundation, said: "In the past recent weeks, this foundation - in partnership with The Iran Mall - has equipped The Iran Mall's exhibition center with proper facilities and converted the exhibition center to a care center for coronavirus patients in just a week. In its most recent step to support the Health Organization and to fight the coronavirus, the foundation has also purchased and prepared 10 thousand diagnostic kits."
Iran Mall's exhibition center, with an area of over 483000 square feet, has the capacity to be equipped with 3000 beds. The center has been prepared with the latest and most up-to-date medical facilities and is now made into a care center for the patients in under a week. This all went down under the agreement of March 22nd with the Iranian Health Organization, and now the Iran University of Medical Sciences is the authority to receive and treat the patients hospitalized in the center.
Iran Mall's care center will be hosting the cured coronavirus patients who are in need of a place to spend the rest of their recovery under medical healthcare.