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Turkey donates protective equipment for Pakistani doctors

Turkey donates protective equipment for Pakistani doctors
April 22, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Turkey has donated protective equipment for Pakistani doctors working in hospitals for treatment of corona-infected patients. According to National Disaster Management Authority, a Turkish jet carrying these items reached Islamabad on Wednesday. Turkey has donated protective equipment, including 20,000 N-95 masks and 18500 safety gowns, for Pakistani doctors working in hospitals for treatment of corona-infected patients. Deputy Head of Mission of Turkish Consulate handed over the equipment to the Deputy Chairman of NDMA at the airport. Earlier, China sent coronavirus medical supplies to Pakistan. According to the details garnered, the second shipment of equipment to tackle the coronavirus arrived in Karachi from China. Co-founder of the Alibaba Group, Jack Ma, continues to deliver on his promise to provide masks and other equipment to several countries in the region as a second plane landed in Karachi. The second batch — along with a third that is expected to arrive over the weekend — contains 500,000 test kits, protective gear and forehead thermometers. The donation was announced on Twitter by Chinese Consul General in Karachi Li Bijian. Earlier, the first plane carrying epidemic relief material from China has arrived at the Karachi airport, National Disaster Management Authority spokesperson said. According to the details garnered, the supplies include one million face masks, including N-95 masks, the spokesperson said. Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah was also at the airport, alongside NDMA officials who received all the equipments.