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M Enterijer Gradnja has donated RSD 11 million to purchase medical equipment to support efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19

The first part of the donation was sent to some of the most endangered hospitals – the Clinic GAK “Narodni Front” in the amount of 1.5 million dinars and the Hospital for gynaecology and obstetrics KBC “Dragiša Mišović” in the amount of 1 million dinars. The proceeds are for the purchase of medical equipment needed to protect against coronary virus and to remedy the epidemic.

Through private donations from the founders, the company also donated RSD 8.5 million for the purchase of 2 respirators with related equipment, key medical instruments needed by the health system of the Republic of Serbia to combat the most severe cases of COVID-19.

M Enterijer Gradnja has allowed all employees to work from home without reducing their earnings and is continuously working to expand their team of colleagues by hiring engineers and new professional associates.