Sabancı Holding donated 10 tons of disinfectant to Turkey’s Health Ministry to help in the fight against the novel coronavirus that has killed over 130 and infected thousands in the country, Dunya daily reported March 30.
Developed by Sabancı University, Antimic is reportedly a product that provides protection against viruses and bacteria for up to three months.
Researched in the university’s nanotechnology lab, the product is reportedly based on the same active ingredient used to fight SARS, a contagious infection that is part of the novel coronavirus’ family of viruses.Pharmacists in Turkey's capital don't have masks for their own use, nor for sale
While the drug holds a Health Ministry license, the patent belongs to Sabancı University.
Turkey’s health workers unions have called attention to the shortage of personal protective equipment in medical facilities across the country since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak.Turkey’s traditional lemon-scented cologne is top consumer good since coronavirus outbreak