GMV has made its inhouse telemedicine platform antari available to Spain’s government for treating the greatest possible number of patients remotely, as a measure to ward off collapse of the country’s public hospitals. It has also made an economic contribution to the patisserie Viena Capellanes’s initiative in support of healthcare personnel. This contribution in particular will help to pay for the FOOD BUS service now running from the temporary hospital set up in the Madrid tradefair site (IFEMA). It is also facilitating the use of the company’s 3D printers plus printing material to make face shield visors as part of the personal protective equipment (PPE) to be worn by the healthcare personnel of Hospital Universitario La Paz and the temporary hospital set up in the Madrid tradefair site (IFEMA). Nor does it stop there. GMV has donated acetate as a raw material for making PPEs for Centro Tecnológico CARTIF and involved laboratories in the province of Valladolid. Last but not least GMV is helping Valladolid University’s FabLAb to make face shields for healthcare personnel.