COVID-19: Turkey to Send Medical Supplies to Afghanistan
Under international agreements, Turkey will be sending a number of medical and lab devices, along with protective equipment and medications to Afghanistan, the Turkish Official Gazette said.
Turkey will be sending five patient observation machines, 10 ventilators, 10 oxygen concentrators, 10 oxygen regulators and 30,000 PCR testing kits, among others.
The medications will include 1,000 boxes of vitamin C, 1000 boxes of azithromycin, 1000 hydroxychloroquine sulphate and 500 boxes of vitamin D.
“The agreement between the government of the Republic of Turkey and the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan” was signed on May 15 as is a “gesture of friendship and goodwill,” according to the gazette.
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