Alcohol Industry Heavyweights Swing into Action!

After vodka producers warned that consuming their brand of alcohol (excessively or not) provided no curative power against Covid-19, a number of “heavyweights” of the alcoholic drinks and luxury products industry have swung into action to tackle the shortage of disinfectant solution by offering thousands of litres of alcohol to pharmacists and other manufacturers of hand sanitizing gel. A fine example of responsible action from an industry hard hit by the economic impacts of the lockdown.

https://www.france24.com/en/20200318-french-alcohol-perfume-producers-lend-a-hand-in-coronavirus-fight

https://www.francebleu.fr/infos/sante-sciences/coronavirus-ricard-offre-de-l-alcool-pur-pour-aider-les-pharmacies-a-fabriquer-du-gel-desinfectant-1584618087

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