KSrelief delivers medical aid to combat COVID-19 in Pakistan

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), Saudi Arabia's charity arm; launched here on Monday the project to distribute food baskets for the holy month of Ramadan in Pakistan.

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief); Saudi Arabia’s charity arm; delivered on Tuesday special medical aid in order to combat coronavirus in Pakistan worth $1.5 million; the Saudi Press Agency also reported on Wednesday.

The aid also included 25;000 sterile surgical gowns; 125;000 non-sterile surgical gowns; 188;000 KN95 masks; 1;925;000 surgical masks; 9;500 nitrile gloves and 46 ventilators.

Chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in Pakistan Akhtar Nawaz markedly extended his thanks and appreciation to KSrelief for providing this medical aid to combat COVID-19; stressing that Saudi Arabia always provides Pakistan with unlimited support to during times of crisis.

The aid is part of efforts being made by Saudi Arabia; through KSrelief; in order to support and further improve the health capabilities of needy countries in facing COVID-19.