The Real Betis Foundation has decided to put his facilities at the service of the fight against the effects of the Covid-19 and convert the Benito Villamarín stadium into a logistics space for the reception, storage and distribution of sanitary masks for centers in the province of Seville.
As specified by the club in a statement, this protection material is made by more than 200 volunteers who make up the 3D Printers solidarity movement and which will later be distributed through the Club’s vehicles and staff. The masks are approved and accepted by the Andalusian Health Service (SAS).
Furthermore, the Real Betis has established a assembly and personnel area, with sanitary measures to avoid infections, to make masks with the received materials.
This group of 200 professional volunteers from the printing sector throughout Andalusia has come together to provide protective face shields for health and safety personnel. Through their altruistic work, they have already supplied more than 10,000 masks throughout Andalusia.
The protection masks will be distributed through the club’s means of transport to health centers in Seville and the province, such as the Virgen del Rocío University Hospital, SAS health centers, nursing homes, pharmacies, security forces and even food stores that request it.
The aforementioned healthcare entities that need protective masks can request them on the website ‘https://sites.google.com/view/mascaras-solidarias‘.