The first disinfection tunnel was set up in the Covid clinic of the Sabac Health Center, a donation from the city company Corten Art, which designed and built the tunnel.
The corona clinic is the first place to examine patients who have a fever, cough or any coronary symptoms, or do control tests and examinations. The first disinfection tunnel and the first protection right at the entrance.
The corona clinic is the first place to examine patients who have a fever, cough or any coronary symptoms, or do control tests and examinations.
“I see it for the first time now, I work at the Institute of Oncology, we don’t have anything like that in Belgrade. By the way, my first test was positive, I was in the Zemun hospital. Now the second is negative and this is the last check-up, I guess it will be everything all right, “says patient Ivana Maksić.
Additional disinfection, additional safety for healthcare professionals.
“When we come to work, we go to him, we do the same thing and when we go home, it relieves us of both mental and physical trauma,” says Suzana Lukić, a nurse at the Kovid clinic of the Health Center in Šabac.
For greater security of fellow citizens, donors did not hesitate. From the Koretn Art workshop, the young experts who designed the first dezo tunnel set it up in the Kovid ambulance.
“Disinfection lasts 4 seconds, disinfectant microparticles fall on a person who is potentially infected or has a corona or some other virus, removes or disinfects. This is a Sabac product, we as a Sabac company wanted to donate to our Health Center, to protect our health workers and our fellow citizens, “says Bojan Lolić, director and co-owner of Corten Art.
At the beginning of the pandemic, there were significantly more, and in the last few days, about twenty patients came to the Kovid clinic every day. With disinfection the risk is lower.
Dr. Jasmina Stanković, director of the Sabac Health Center: “What is very important, this disinfection tunnel will be used later, after the end of the pandemic, to disinfect this area. Clothes and shoes are also disinfected.”
Another 10 tunnels were completed in the Korten Art workshop. From idea to prototype, nine engineers and technicians took only ten days. The project was supported by the Fund for Innovative Activity.
“Everything is completely certified and certified, this first tour was sold out for the domestic market and the interest from abroad is also very high,” says Nenad Tovarović, mechanical engineer, co-owner of Coten Art.
Five tunnels in agreement with the Fund are a gift to those who need them the most. There are also donors for hospitals among the customers. From banks to public institutions, airports, shopping malls, the Sabac product, created during the corona, will have a protective path even after the epidemic.