COVID-19 pandemic: MARELLI partners with Lifenet Healthcare to enable safe return to production activities


Collaboration is focusing on BackOnTrack project which is aimed at the safe restarting of Italian companies once Italy lifts lockdown

MARELLI has partnered with Lifenet Healthcare to support safe return of production activities in Italy where the government has started easing lockdown on 4 May, almost after two months to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company said a press release on 30 April. The collaboration will focus on the BackOnTrack project, which is a series of technical, medical, and scientific consultancy activities aimed at the safe restarting of Italian companies. The project is developed by a pool of experts such as Roberto Burioni, a professor of Microbiology and Virology at the Department of Medicine and Surgery at the San Raffaele Vita-Salute University in Milan, and the team of Lifenet Healthcare, including the CEO Nicola Bedin and the chief medical officer (CMO) Dr. Franco Perona.

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