A week ago, an incredible blast happened at the port of Beirut, murdering at any rate 158 individuals and harming more than 6,000, per the most recent assessments.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has sent Lebanon USD 1.7 million worth of defensive hardware to help battle COVID-19, just as a helpful guide after the fatal blast in Beirut, the body’s Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday.
“From our key store in Dubai, WHO quickly sent careful and significant injury supplies. We delivered assets from the possibility of subsidizing for crises. Our staff are on the ground supporting the appraisal of the effect on the wellbeing division with Lebanese and other UN accomplices. We are dispatching USD 1.7 million worth of PPE (personal defensive gear) things to help COVID and compassionate supplies that were demolished by the impact,” Ghebreyesus said during a press preparation.
A week ago, a fantastic blast happened at the port of Beirut, executing at any rate 158 individuals and harming more than 6,000, per the most recent assessments.
As per the specialists, the blast was brought about by 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate, seized by the traditions administrations in 2014. Numerous nations, including Russia, have just offered their help with managing the results of the impact.
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