A military aircraft carrying PLN 90,000 (EUR 22,230) worth of protective medical supplies to help Azerbaijan in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic took off from Wroclaw airport in western Poland on Thursday, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced.
Firefighters set off on Wednesday morning to Ukraine and Moldova carrying medical equipment from the Polish government worth PLN 3 million (EUR 674,000), with 12 lorries destined for Ukraine and four to Moldova, said Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński.
Poland's PM, Mateusz Morawiecki, along the leaders of five other European Union countries, has called for greater collaboration to tackle future pandemics including maintaining a three-month stock of critical medicines, supplies and equipment across the EU.
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In an attempt to bring a ‘modicum of normalcy’ to a post-COVID-19 world, the device, which in the future will be used in public places such as airports, museums, and train stations is already operating in two hospitals.
The gates will help keep somebody with a possible infection out of hospitals and clinics.
The Vatican has received masks, disinfectants and protective suits sent from Poland, to aid in the fight with coronavirus pandemic, the Warsaw Archdiocese press office told PAP on Saturday.
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Poland's Grand Christmas Aid Orchestra charity organisation is bringing in a further transport of medical equipment from China. The contingent is expected to arrive by air in the coming days, the organisation announced on Tuesday.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki on Monday declared that "security, mass-scale availability, domestic production wherever possible, and efficiency are our logistics models in the fight against the coronavirus."