COVID-19: In a move to prevent sanitizer shortage, LVMH to manufacture their own disinfectant gel in their French factories

Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy is out there bringing a change! Getting ahead of the line and making a difference yet again, the French MNC is all set to contribute actively to curb the current COVID-19 pandemic. 

In order to curb the Corona Virus-led sanitizer shortage, the giant is offering its French factories to produce disinfectant gel for the health authorities. 

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This production will help curb the sanitizer or gel disinfectant shortage that is used to make sanitizers, in this time of unrest. The conglomerate will start producing hydroalcoholic gel in their French factories, which will then be donated to the French Health Authorities.

This decision was taken after France put all the non-essential shops on lockdown following the rapid multiplication of the virus in Italy. Although the rapidly spreading panic has put the government authorities and health systems in a spot, private companies like LVMH ate stepping in to contribute their but in the time of crisis is giving the rocking boat some stability. 

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