Facebook's CEO Boasts He's Working With Chan Zuckerberg Biohub To Produce A Low-Cost Ventilator Amid Covid-19 Crisis

Since the world is being taken over by the coronavirus in a lot of different ways, things are starting to change and people are refocusing their priorities so that they can enable themselves to get a lot more out of their futures. Ventilators are now some of the most important pieces of technology that anyone could end up looking into, and for the most part they are going to be enormously useful in their own way if you know how to use them properly.

However, with all of that having been said and out of the way, there is a clear shortage of these machines in the market, and this has a lot of people on edge due to the reason that without ventilators a lot of people that might end up contracting the virus are going to suffer and would no longer be able to stay alive if the virus reaches a certain stage.

This is why the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, a company started by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg with his wife Priscilla Chan, is partnering with researchers at Stanford University to develop low cost but highly effective ventilators that can be used in a lot of different ways.

These ventilators would be single use which is what would contribute to them being so cheap to produce, and the collaborators are working to roll them out to the American medical system as soon as possible with plans for a global distribution of this technology also being planned.

It is very important for the big movers and shakers of our day and age to try and make it so that they can get a lot more out of the kind of investments they can make and also attempt to help people during what is undoubtedly the worst crisis that we have faced in the past few centuries.



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