Turkish construction firm Gap Insaat, a subsidiary of the conglomerate Calik Holding, supports the country’s fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic by donating air purifiers to hospitals, the company said on Monday.

“As the first step, Gap Insaat started to hand over 36 devices produced for this purpose to our 32 hospitals combating COVID-19 as a token of social solidarity,” said the firm on its website.

Air purifiers are able to reduce virus density indoors, helping mitigate the spread of the disease.

It added that the firm focused on developing two new products to eradicate viruses.

The firm

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