The shortage of protective clothing caused by the corona crisis mainly affects doctors and nursing staff. But other hospital departments also need to protect themselves. On the initiative of Isabel Holstein, a trainee at the vocational college for dietary assistance at the University Hospital of Gießen, contact was made with the Lahnau-based company Sensitec. Sensitec manufactures high-precision sensors under cleanroom conditions. Sensitec employees, including Isabel's mother Katharina, wear cleanroom protective suits, which are currently very useful in hospitals in order to further reduce the risk of infection.
Thanks to the initiative of Isabel and Katharina Holstein, Sensitec was able to provide the University Hospital of Gießen and Marburg with 50 protective suits with hoods. The protective clothing is washable and therefore reusable. The handover to the grateful representatives of the university hospital took place on April 6, 2020. Sensitec hopes to have made a small contribution to overcoming the corona crisis.
In the picture from left to right (with required safety distance): Anja Constien (teacher of the vocational school), Isabel Holstein (trainee), Katharina Holstein (Sensitec), Stephan Rau and Norman Knortz (consultant of the commercial management of the University Hospital Gießen Marburg).