UAE Plane Loaded With Coronavirus Vaccines Arrives In Damascus

The United Arab Emirates has sent a batch of Coronavirus vaccines to Damascus, reports Al-Etihad Press.

A UAE aid plane loaded with large quantities of coronavirus vaccines has landed in Damascus airport. 

The shipment was coordinated by the Syrian Red Crescent Organization and comes as part of the UAE’s global response to combat the spread of the virus and strengthen prevention measures. It aims to assist frontline medical workers, the elderly, people with chronic diseases, as well as displaced people, and those living in refugee camps.

This is the second Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) aid plane to arrive in Damascus loaded with coronavirus vaccine doses to help Syria fight the pandemic.

In coordination with the Syrian Red Crescent Organization, the ERC previously sent a medical aid shipment weighing 97.2 tons to Syria, which included medical supplies, personal protection equipment, and testing kits, which enhanced the capacities of medical teams, and frontline workers.

 

This article was translated and edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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