Miguel Almiron, who is still in Newcastle with his wife Alexia, has donated 200 liters of hand sanitizer to 2 hospitals in his native Paraguay.
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??200 litros de alcohol en gel para 2 hospitales:
??100 litros para el Hospital Pediátrico Niños de Acosta Ñu
??100 litros al Hospital Regional de San Juan Bautista Misiones
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The above tweet translates to
Miguel Almiron donated:
200 liters of alcohol gel for 2 hospitals:
– 100 liters for the Acosta Ñu Children’s Pediatric Hospital
– 100 liters to the Regional Hospital of San Juan Bautista Misiones
Paraguay is under a nationwide State of Sanitary Emergency with a ban on all activities deemed non-essential until at least March 28th.
They reported their first case of the coronavirus on March 7th. To date, there are 37 reported cases in the South American country with 3 people who have passed away.
Paraguay seems to have acted very quickly and hopefully can keep the spread of the virus contained.
This is an outstanding gesture by Almiron and we’re sure his compatriots greatly appreciate the assistance.
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