Thursday, July 30, 2020

Tenth plane from China lands with medical equipment in Mexico

48 fans and 13,800 goggles, among the material brought from the Asian country to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The tenth plane from China with medical supplies to combat COVID-19 landed Tuesday night at the Mexico City International Airport. Earlier, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard reported through his Twitter account that 48 fans, 13,800 goggles, 40,000 kits for transporting samples, 499,800 protective masks and 206,000 masks would be sent on this flight. This tenth flight is part of the air bridge established between Mexico and Shanghai to bring medical equipment to the country and deliver it to hospitals and institutes of the public health system. As of this Tuesday, there are 3,926 deaths and 38,332 confirmed cases accumulated in Mexico, José Luis Alomía, general director of Epidemiology, announced. Flight 10 of the Mx-Shanghai airlift. It arrives tonight with 48 fans; 13,800 goggles; 40 thousand kits to transport samples; 499,800 protective masks; 206,000 mask covers. 99.2m3 of equipment as planned. “, pic.twitter.com / 88id1jDiDZ}

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