The Open Banc Sabadell donates 20,000 caps to be turned into protective masks

first_imgIn Barcelona lodges, greater than 200 beds have been arrange to home sufferers affected by this illness. These will initially obtain 1,000 models for recycling. As well as, extra lodges are anticipated to be part of this initiative within the close to future. The recycling will be carried out by Firefighters, Mossos d’Esquadra, volunteers and group employees.However, the sector hospital arrange in pavilions 5, 7 and 9 of Ifema, in Madrid, with a complete of up to 1,300 beds all through the advanced, will be the beneficiary of an preliminary cargo of two,000 models for recycling as face masks. safety for healthcare personnel. On this case, the recycling of the caps will be carried out by volunteers from the businesses Expoplac and MadeInBox, from the identical metropolis.Banco Sabadell will progressively materialize the donation of the 20,000 models, each to the aforementioned entitiess in addition to the totally different lodges and establishments that can be part of this solidarity initiative within the coming days. After the cancellation of the Open Banc Sabadell tennis tournament- Conde de Godó Trophy due to the well being disaster brought on by COVID-19, Banco Sabadell has determined to donate the 20,000 caps initially bought as a present to its clients and company to be recycled as mask-screens and thus assist well being groups of their combat in opposition to the pandemic.The first beneficiaries of this donation will be the lodges which are a part of this solidarity initiative which is a part of the Inns Salut mission, organized by the Consorci Sanitari and the Gremi d’Hotelers and to which the Cotton Home Lodge and the Praktik lodge group in Barcelona have joined.last_img read more


first_imgThe union flag flies above Corncreggan Hostel in Dunfanaghy last night. Pic by 100% Pictures.EXCLUSIVE: A row has erupted after a Dunfanaghy businessman flew the union flag above his hostel yesterday – on the day that Britain’s Prince Charles arrived in Ireland.But the owner of the Corncreggan Hostel, Brendan Rohan, insisted he was not honouring the heir to the British throne.Donegal County Councillor Michael Mac Giolla Easbuig contacted Mr Rohan and demanded the flag be taken down.Cllr Mac Giolla Easbuig has demanded the flag be taken down.However, the owner of the hostel has refused saying he was merely flying the flag in honour of some British guests.He told Donegal Daily “Today it is the union flag and tomorrow, Wednesday, it will be the Swiss flag because I have Swiss guests.“I have flown many flags above the hostel including the French, Australian and Dutch flags but the only one I have been asked to remove is the union flag.“I put it up for my guests and it is only a coincidence that it was put up on the same day as Prince Charles arrived in Ireland,” he said.However Councillor Mac Giolla Easbuig said he had been contacted by several people who were disgusted that the union flag was flying in Donegal.He said such a flag which he said represented British imperialism should ever be flown in Donegal or Ireland.“That flag represents the parasite that is Prince Charles. He is the commander of the regiment which murdered fourteen people on Bloody Sunday and which continues to occupy our country.“Mr Rohan has his opinion but the reality is that I and many other people across Donegal do not agree with his actions,” he said.However Mr Rohan said he was quite happy to sit down and discuss the matter with Councillor Mac Giolla Easbuig.He said we have to be mature about the issue of flags for the sake of future generations.He also pointed to the fact that the Irish tricolour flag also presented the unionist tradition in our country. ROW ERUPTS AFTER BUSINESSMAN FLIES UNION FLAG ABOVE WELL-KNOWN HOSTEL was last modified: May 20th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cllr Michael Mac Giolla EasbuigCorncreggan HousedonegalDunfanaghyflaglast_img read more