Poland sends disinfectants to Italy and San Marino

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Poland will deliver supplies of disinfectants to Italy and San Marino, as part of aid in combating the coronavirus pandemic, the Polish Ministries of Foreign Affairs and State Assets tweeted on Tuesday.

According to the State Assets Ministry, the transfer was officially presented to the Italian Ambassador Aldo Amati at the headquarters of the Polfa Tarchomin pharmaceutical company in Warsaw.

In the second half of March, disinfectant liquids commissioned by the government, and produced by Polfa Tarchomin, were made available for sale in Polish pharmacies. Also, pharmacies and clinics around the country received disinfectants for their own use.