Coronavirus • 13 July, 2020

Turkey sends humanitarian aid to Kazakhstan

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Turkey sent humanitarian aid to Kazakhstan in accordance with the Memorandum of understanding signed between Turkey and Kazakhstan.

"During this difficult period, which we are all experiencing due to the coronavirus pandemic, Turkey is close to friendly and fraternal Kazakhstan," the message reads.

Medical supplies:

Ventilators - 30 PCs.
Masks of the "N95" type - 50,000 PCs.
Surgical mask-100,000 PCs.
Protective coveralls-35.000 PCs.
Face shield, protective - 2,000 PCs.
PCR diagnostic device - 2 PCs.
PCR detection kits SARS-CoV-2 (2019-nCov) RT-qPCR - 30,000 PCs.
Set for extraction/isolation of nucleic acids-30,000 PCs.
Hydroxychloroquine, tablets-10,000 packages

These medical supplies are provided free of charge.

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