UAE helps Iran by sending 7.5 tones of aids to fight COVID-19

▴ UAE helps Iran by sending 7.5 tones of aids to fight COVID19
UAE with association with WHO sends Iran 7.5 tonnes of aid to fight COVID outbreak in their country

The UAE has encouraged a strategic the World Health Organization to convey clinical supplies and hardware to Iran in an offer to help contain the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the neighboring nation.

The UAE Air Force conveyed an airplane that conveyed 7.5 huge amounts of the load from Dubai to Iran on Monday evening.

Dubai's International Humanitarian City encouraged the pressing and stacking of the shipment containing a huge number of gloves, careful covers, and other essential clinical supplies, that could help about 15,000 medicinal services laborers dealing with coronavirus patients in Iran.

The lab demonstrative units in the freight will help screen a large number of individuals, further supporting the endeavors to control the pandemic.

The UAE is completing this significant crucial joint effort with the World Health Organization, WHO, and the International Humanitarian City, IHC, one of the greatest philanthropic centers on the planet, a senior authority.

The UAE's topographical area gives us simple access to more than 100 nations that spread 66% of the worldwide populace. We utilize this benefit to help individuals who are influenced by any emergencies. This strategic piece of our endeavors to help coronavirus patients," said Sultan Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister for International Development Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, MOFAIC.

We will keep on stretching out our help to the individuals in trouble in a joint effort with the universal network," he said while regulating the stacking of freight on to the airplane at Al Maktoum International Airport.

A senior WHO authority said it would not have been workable for the UN wellbeing organization to do the crucial the help of the UAE Government.

"Iran has revealed the most noteworthy number of COVID-19 cases in the Middle East. The clinical supplies will help prepare Iran to contain the infection," said Dr. Richard Brennan, Acting Regional Emergency Director at the WHO's local office in the Eastern Mediterranean.

“The partnership is very important to deal with this situation. We appreciate the UAE’s support for this mission,” he added.

Tags : #UAE #COVID #Measures #Betterhealth #Iran #Humanitarian #Helpthyneighbour #WHO #Aid

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