How 3D printing can bridge PPE gaps in Kenya’s COVID-19 fight

The shortage of personal protective equipment or PPE, has been a massive issue the world over, as front line health care workers and citizens do their best to protect themselves against contracting the novel coronavirus. Reports of blocked shipments, faulty materials and insufficient quantities have been a cause for concern for many but now Kenyan 3D printing company, Ultra Red Technologies alongside a group of other players in the industry have taken matters into their own hands. Co-Founder Mehul Shah joins CNBC Africa for more….

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Source : African Media Agency (AMA)

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