Ukraine receives another batch of medical humanitarian aid

Ukraine receives another batch of medical humanitarian aid

The Ministry of Health of Ukraine received humanitarian aid in form of voltage stabilizers, monoblock sets, and COVID-19 rapid test kits.

The assistance was provided by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Poland’s Strategic Reserves Agency, Merck pharmaceutical company, and the German Medical Aid Organization Action Medeor.

"The humanitarian cargo that arrived this time includes 14 pallets of voltage stabilizers and monoblock sets; 309 pallets of respirators, medicines, COVID-19 rapid test kits; 35 pallets of glucose meters and test strips, medicines; five pallets of Ertapenem antibacterial drug," the Ministry informs.

As reported, Ukraine recently received COVID-19, tuberculosis, diphtheria, and tetanus vaccines as humanitarian aid.

Photo: Ministry of Health


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