Covid19 - Durban company ready to build quick temporary hospital

Covid19 - Durban company ready to build quick temporary hospital

- A Durban-based organisation has promoted their services to curb the spread of the coronavirus

- The company shared concept designs via social media and explained that they would be in a position to quickly build medical facilities

- Social media users were inspired by the idea and called on the president to utilise their services

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Necessity is generally the mother of all invention and this held true in a recent social media post.

In the fight against the dreaded coronavirus, one company has offered an innovative service and product.

One of the great concerns is that South Africa would lack the required medical resources to combat the spread, based on experiences abroad.

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Extreme events has offered to resolve this issue by building quick and efficient temporary medical facilities/ hospitals.

Via Facebook, the company shared some concept designs and outlined their proposal to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Many have been inspired by the company's innovative product, which could become essential in the near future.

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Andrew Wormald said,

"Awesome Guys! This is fantastic. Well done to you all!"

Clinton Tomlinson added,

"You guys have big hearts and make things happen. We'll done."

Yasmin Khan said,

"Well done Matt and Guy. May God Bless you immensely. A wonderful initiative."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that humanitarian organisation Gift of the Givers has set up testing sites across the country.

South Africans will be able to utilise these centres and test for the Covid19 virus at the discounted rate of R750.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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