October 19, 2021

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Morocco and Kuwait help fight corona virus infection

AA / Tunis

Tunisia on Thursday received medical assistance from Kuwait and Morocco as part of its support for the country’s efforts in the fight against the corona virus.

This is evident from two press releases issued by the President of the Republic by the Anatolian Agency (AA).

Two Kuwaiti military planes landed at Tunis-Carthage International Airport this morning as part of a flight to deliver oxygen concentrators, respirators, equipment and medical equipment to Tunisia to support its efforts in the fight against the corona virus infection.

This noble initiative reflects the fraternal relations between President Qais Saeed and the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and the relations of solidarity between the two fraternal populations. ”

In addition, two Moroccan military planes landed at Tunis-Carthage International Airport as part of a flight to establish a field hospital to deal with this difficult health situation in Tunisia.

He said that this noble initiative reflects the brotherhood between Syed and King Mohammed VI of Morocco and the strong ties of unity between the two fraternal peoples.

In most governors, alpha and delta mutated strains are widely classified as “facing unprecedented epidemics,” the health ministry said Friday, triggering an increase in infections and mortality rates in many countries. To provide vaccines and emergency medical assistance to Turkey and Tunisia.

There were 518,609 viruses reported in Tunisia on Thursday, including 16,845 deaths and 413,155 responses.

In terms of vaccination activity, 2,234,739 people were vaccinated against the corona virus, of whom 702,602 received the second dose, and 3,393,607 Tunisians (approximately 11 million and 700,000 people) were registered on the vaccination platform, according to the Ministry of Health. .

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* Translated by Vejton Jlasi from Arabic

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