History has shown us that in times of catastrophe, people get creative. The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a flurry of initiatives throughout Europe.
In northern Italy, a little organization is fast-tracking the creation of respiratory valves using a 3D printer.
COVID-19 frequently contributes to the Venturi valves, since they’re understood, assist patients to breathe and may save lives.
The project started a little more than a week ago and has rapidly expanded to over 600 members.
It expects to make prototypes for analyzing and supporting a healthy environment following week.
Back in Spain, residents at the little village of Sentmenat in Catalonia have taken things into their own hands in a bid to aid with a lack of protective masks.
They’ve begun stitching the face wear with clothes donated by local factories.
With just a small workshop and a couple of sewing machines, the sailors prepare heaps of masks regular for door-to-door distribution.