- Crocs has recently launched a project where they will be donating 10,000 pair of footwear each day for the healthcare workers.
- According to the company, they’re hoping to make frontliners feel “more comfortable” as they perform their duties amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus continues to spread across the world, our heroic healthcare workers are doing their very best to lead the battle against the disease. These frontliners are bravely helping communities contain the spread and we just couldn’t help but feel grateful for every bit of support that they receive.
Case in point, Crocs recently stepped up and announced that they are donating footwear for these modern day heroes. According to the company, they will be giving 10,000 footwear every day for medical professionals.
According to Andrew Rees, CEO of Crocs:
“Over the past week, we have spoken to healthcare workers, their facilities and even their family and friends, and they have specifically asked for our shoes in an effort to provide ease on their feet, as well as ease of mind as they need the ability to easily clean up before they go home to their families.”
The company also mentioned that the giveaway duration will be based “on our level of inventory and the amount of requests we receive,” Ress shared, saying they are just “humbled” to be able to help frontliners in their own way.
As of this writing, the shoe manufacturer is already sending shoes to hospitals and other medical facilities. In addition, they are also accepting direct requests from health workers who want to get a free pair (with free shipping) for themselves.
“If you’re a healthcare professional in need of our easy-to-clean, comfortable Crocs shoes, we’ve got you taken care of,” the company said.
Those interested to get free Crocs could go straight to their official website.
Spanish Princess Becomes The First Royal To Die From COVID-19
Rest in peace, Red Princess…
- Spanish Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma recently died from coronavirus (COVID-19), according to an official announcement by her family.
- She died last March 26, 2020 in Paris. She was 86 years old.
- Princess Maria Teresa was the third royal victim of the dreaded disease, after Prince Charles of Wales also tested positive of the virus.
China Sells ‘Faulty’ COVID-19 Test Kits to Spain and Czech Republic
According to Spain, the testing kits only had an accuracy rate of 30%.
- Spanish health authorities have announced they will return coronavirus test kits they purchased from China after they presented only 30% accuracy rate.
- The Chinese government was quick to deny the accusation and clarified that the 340,000 test kits that Spain purchased were from an unlicensed provider Shenzhen Bioeasy Biotechnology.
- Czech Republic also found that 80% of coronavirus test kits from China presented faulty results.
The World Has A New Pollution Problem: Improperly-Disposed Face Masks!
“That some masks could have been used by infected people adds an especially worrying threat.”
- The world is facing a new environmental problem as some people are irresponsibly-disposing their face masks.
- Environmental groups have warned that this can be dangerous for marine life.
- Meanwhile, experts have also explained that masks worn by COVID-19-infected individuals can pose a health threat to the public.
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