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Tesla: Tesla Gives The First Look On Its Ventilators For Coronavirus


Tesla engineers are making ventilators to support hospitals and medical staff at the time of coronavirus pandemic. Read ahead to know more what Elon Musk’s company is doing to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.

Status Of Coronavirus Outbreak Globally

The entire world is battling the coronavirus outbreak. Furthermore, most of the countries have declared complete lockdown in cities to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. There are 15,37,954 COVID-19 confirmed cases globally.

Furthermore, 89,960 people have died and 3,40,457 people have successfully recovered. The United States is facing medical instruments shortage due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in the country every day.

New York remains the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States. Also, Italy remains the worst-hit coronavirus country followed by Spain. Moreover, Tokyo becomes the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in Japan.

How Are MNC’s Helping

Many multi-national companies across the world have joint hands to batter the coronavirus. Furthermore, Google has partnered with the World Health Organisation to conduct coronavirus surveys and spread awareness about the same.

Also, telecom companies like AT&T, Verizon Limited, Google Fi, have increased their telecom services for free. As a result, people can connect with their loved ones and medical staff if in need.

Furthermore, Tesla has started to develop ventilators. The ventilators are provided to hospitals having a shortage of it. American hospitals get the first set of ventilators. They face serious ventilator shortage.

Also, many millionaires and billionaires are making a personal donation to their respective governments to battle the coronavirus outbreak.

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Tesla Ventilators

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk said Tesla will support the fight against the coronavirus outbreak. Furthermore, his company will use scrap car parts to make ventilators. Also, Tesla engineers use those scrap parts which they know very well.

As a result, ventilators are made in great volume. Tesla Model 3 technology powers the ventilators. It offers optimized pressure control. Furthermore, the ventilator has pressure regulated volume control, pressure and volume control. Doctors can use controls as per COVID-19 patient needs.

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