The coroner's medical supplies came from China

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-04-20 07:01:37

The coroner's medical supplies came from China

Bangladesh Air Force aircraft arrived in China with coronavirus detector kits, masks, personal protective equipment (PPE) and medical supplies.
 
The goods were transported to the country by Sunday afternoon at C-130J aircraft.

The information was released in a press release sent to the Inter-Services Public Relations Office (ISPR).

According to the notice, the Armed Forces Department brought these medical supplies from China as per the government's directive to assist the civil administration in preventing coronavirus.

Among these medical devices, the Coronavirus Detection Kit, 12 lakh 22 thousand surgical masks, 7 thousand 500N-95 masks, 130 electric thermometers, 2 thousand protective gloves, 10,200 medical safety glasses, 200 goggles and 10 thousand 459 goggles. Content.

In addition, a number of other healthcare aids were brought from China to provide the companies involved in combating coronavirus with the initiative of the Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce on the same plane.

On Friday, 17th April, 16 Air Force Air Force members left Chittagong International Shah Deposit Airport to China to fetch healthcare supplies. Air Commodore Md. Zahidur Rahman, GD (P) served as the party leader.