The Armani Group’s production plants switch to manufacturing single-use medical overalls

THE Armani Group announced on Thursday that all of its Italian production plants have now switched to manufacturing single-use medical overalls, which will be used by healthcare workers who are fighting tirelessly against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Giorgio Armani. Photograph: Julian Broad

Giorgio Armani’s initial donation to National Civil Protection Department and the Luigi Sacco, San Raffaele, Istituto dei Tumori hospitals in Milan and Istituto Spallanzani in Rome, has now been followed-up with contributions to hospitals in Bergamo, Piacenza and Versilia in the Tuscany region, bringing the total of his donations to 2 million euros.

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