Selena Group has started production of TYTAN HEALTH hand sanitizer gel. The first batch of the product will be donated free of charge to hospitals in Lower Silesia, the region where the company has its plants and headquarters. TYTAN HEALTH – Hand Sanitizer Gel, an antibacterial and antiviral hand rub, has obtained the marketing authorization from the Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocidal Products. A total of 10,000 packages (500 ml each) will be sent to medical centers in Lower Silesia. The gels will also be included in the Selena Group’s offer, and will be available for purchase through standard orders placed at the sales department.
Selena Group is closely monitoring the situation connected with the development of coronavirus in the world, and in particular in the areas where Selena’s companies and factories are located. We keep track of the announcements published by the WHO regarding the status of the COVID-19 spread. We are in constant contact with our companies and respond to all reported needs. A special Response Team formed at the level of the Group’s headquarters is developing procedures and providing support if any mitigation scenarios need to be implemented in order to minimize the impact of coronavirus on the Group's operations.
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