Tesla has sent more than 1,000 to 50 different hospitals, company founder and CEO Elon Musk tweeted Thursday. The hospitals include facilities in California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington and New York, which stands as the US epicenter of the .
Musk, who pledged to beginlast month, calls the total of 1,165 devices part of a “partial list” of hospitals to which the company has provided equipment. The facilities named also include a number of overseas hospitals in countries like Spain. The largest shipment — 59 ventilators — went to NYC Health + Hospitals.
“These were based on direct requests from their ICU wards, with exact specifications of each unit provided before shipment,” Musk added.
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