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Neterra supported the First Line Campaign in the fight against COVID-19

The telecom donates funds for masks, clothing and supplies for medics in the Bulgarian hospitals

Neterra donated BGN 1,500 for the First Line Campaign to support Bulgarian medics in the fight against COVID-19. The campaign is organized by Bulgarian entrepreneurs, engineers, and IT specialists in partnership with the BCause Foundation.

The funds are intended for various hospitals in Bulgaria, which are in short supply of protective equipment and consumables such as masks, overalls and more. Protecting first-line medics is key to managing the epidemic in Bulgaria. The organizers are aiming to raise BGN 100,000.

The funds received so far are worth about BGN 50,000 from 158 donors.

With the amount raised, 10,000 FFP2 filter masks have already been ordered. The allocation of funds and supplies will be based on a mathematical model with factors including the current needs of hospitals, the number of patients, donations made so far, and the population in the area.

Earlier this month, Neterra and its staff donated $ 10,000 worth of food and vouchers to support people and families in difficulty as the epidemic progressed.

Neterra is an independent telecom. It partners with the world's largest companies as well as small and medium-sized businesses. It has been providing international connectivity, network management and security services for almost 25 years. The company has points of presence in over 20 countries. Neterra delivers fast and secure internet. Partners and clients of the company rely on proactive expert support 24/7. The telecom has 4 data centers and provides IT services, servers for rent, flexible cloud platform, DDoS protection. It is a distributor of the global NetIX data exchange platform. One of the first independent ground based satellite stations in Bulgaria was built by Neterra. The telecom offers IPTV platform and distribution of audio-video content. Through its Netfleet system, the company provides GPS tracking services for cars, trucks, agricultural machinery and more. The platform delivers live information on both location and over 50 vehicle indicators such as fuel, speed and more.  

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