Surgical masks are an integral part of the ongoing fight against COVID-19, and it looks like it razor does its part to ensure that health authorities continue to have adequate care.
In a Facebook post yesterday, Min-Liang Tan, CEO of Razer, said the gaming peripheral company has switched some of its manufacturing lines to surgical masks and will donate them to countries around the world.
“While there was incredible demand for our product during this time and many stayed at home to avoid the crowds (and play games), the Razer team understands that we all have a role to play in fighting the virus, no matter what Industry we come from, ”he said.
According to Tan, its designers and engineers worked 24-hour shifts to make this move easier (we can't imagine the logistics required to switch from keyboards to medical devices), and intend to add up to a million masks donate.
Razer has already spoken to the Singaporean authorities to donate their first shipment while their regional offices contact their respective governments to determine where they should prioritize their support.
Tan also said that mask making and donation is "the first step of many that Razer will take," and urged both individuals and companies who want to help achieve them, because "they need all the help they need." we can".
"We all have a role to play and we should do everything we can to take the situation seriously."
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