By Maureen Okon
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Abuja has donated COVID-19 medical supplies to the federal government to help it fight the pandemic.
The embassy said in a statement issued Tuesday in Abuja.
According to the statement, the donation is part of the Kingdom’s efforts at the international level to fight the spread of the pandemic.
He said the Kingdom donated relevant medical equipment worth $ 1 million to the federal government.
The release says 23 fans have been donated, however, the date of the remaining material will be announced later.
He said the remaining equipment includes: “Sterile surgical gowns 25,000 pieces. Non-surgical sterile gowns 125,000. Mask (KN95) 188,000. Surgical masks 1, 606, 700 and nitrile gloves 9500.
“This is part of the Kingdom’s donation of $ 500,000 to support international efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In addition, the Kingdom has allocated $ 24,000 in in-kind aid to 26 countries,” the statement added. (NOPE)
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