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renews its commitment in the fight against Covid-19. Earlier today, during an interview with SkyNews CEO, Jean-Christophe Babin announced that they will be partnering with the University of Oxford to fund their ongoing and future vaccine research.
The university’s Jenner Institute is among the world’s leaders and is currently, heavily engaged in the development of a Covid-19 vaccine. Rolex Replica Watches has said that it will also fund academic scholarships related to this research.
Says Babin, “Rolex Replica Watches got itself involved in the Covid-19 fight very early, converting one of our fragrance factories in Italy into a gel sanitizer production factory. We donated it all of it, firstly, to Italian hospitals then to Swiss hospitals and last, but not least, to British hospitals with the support of the NHS. For us this was a first step.”
First step because, let’s not forget that Swiss Replica Watches
was also one of the first luxury brand names that showed its commitment towards the first against the virus with a substantial contribution to the Lazzaro Spallanzani Hospital, which is Italy’s Institute for Infectious Diseases based in Rome. Here, three researchers, Maria Rosaria Capobianchi, Francesca Colavita and Concetta Castilletti had managed to successfully isolate the virus in under 48 hours, earlier in March of 2020.