translated from Spanish: Prisoners made sanitary kits and donated them to two hospitals in La Plata

Prisoners of Gorina Unit 18 of the Bonaerense Prison Service (SPB) developed health kits consisting of camisolines, cofias, shoe covers, bottle caps, masks, sheets and padding, and donated them to two hospitals in La Plata, as part of the fight against the advance of coronavirus. In order to collaborate with the staff of the Specialized Sub Zonal Hospital Dr. José Ingenieros de Melchor Romero and with the children of the Hospital de Niños de La Plata.A group of 21 deprived of liberty who participate in a solidarity workshop developed 13 kits composed of camisolines, shoe covers and coifas; 250 head covers and 110 face masks for Melchor Romero’s nosococcus, which houses 50 inmates.

Prisoners of Gorina Unit 18 of the Bonaerense Prison Service (SPB)

On the other hand, 17 inmates sewed 20 sets of sheets and 10 padding, and prepared 100 face protectors and 100 visor caps, for the babies who are interned in the «Sister Maria Ludovica». The holder of the Juzgado de Garantías no. 5 of La Plata, Marcela Garmendia, was the one who obtained the 25 sewing machines and the raw material, through 100 older women and judicial workers. The judicial officer, who is committed to installing a textile factory within Gorina’s prison unit, visited the inmates to congratulate them on their solidarity work and supervised compliance with health protocols within the criminal. In this note:

Original source in Spanish

Related Posts

Add Comment