Czech Republic provides humanitarian aid to Ukraine to combat spread of COVID-19

Czech Republic provides humanitarian aid to Ukraine to combat spread of COVID-19

The Czech Republic has sent personal protective equipment to Ukraine to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, according to Deputy Health Minister Ihor Ivashchenko.

“Last week, Ukraine received another humanitarian aid. Humanitarian aid was delivered from the Czech Republic. Personal protective equipment arrived in Ukraine, namely about 100,000 surgical masks, 5,000 protective suits, 10,000 boot covers, 10,000 respirators, and 10,000 medical safety glasses,” Ivashchenko said at a briefing, Ukrinform reports.

According to him, the personal protective equipment has already been distributed among regions and will soon be delivered to the relevant regional departments.

As reported by Ukrinform, on December 21, a total of 970,993 COVID-19 cases were laboratory confirmed in Ukraine, including 6,545 new cases reported in the past 24 hours.


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