Palestinian health minister lauds Saudi medical aid for combating coronavirus

September 30, 2020

Saudi Gazette report

RAMALLAH — Palestinian Health Minister Dr. Mai Al-Kila on Tuesday expressed her sincere thanks on behalf of the Palestinian government to Saudi Arabia for its generous support for combating the coronavirus pandemic through medical aid delivered by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Dr. Al-Kila added that this aid is not unusual for Saudi Arabia as the Kingdom is known for its charitable works worldwide.

Earlier on Tuesday, KSRelief handed over to the Palestinian Ministry of Health the third batch of medical aid in the presence of the Palestinian health minister.

The aid includes ventilators, intensive care beds, operation tables and patient monitoring equipment, which will contribute to equipping Palestinian hospitals and health centers specialized in treating coronavirus patients, especially in areas that are in short supply of equipment and need more support to develop the health situation.

The aid comes in implementation of the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman to stand with all brotherly countries in confronting the coronavirus pandemic.

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