Qatar Amir directed sending medical aid to Italy to support its efforts to combat COVID-19

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Qatar Amir directed sending medical aid to Italy to support its efforts to combat COVID-19

HH the Amir directed sending medical aid to Italy to support the country's efforts to combat the coronavirus epidemic. The aid includes sending two military aircraft, scheduled to arrive on Wednesday and two additional military aircraft to arrive on Thursday.

The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani directed sending medical aid to Italy to support its efforts to combat coronavirus COVID-19).

The aid includes sending two Qatari Amiri Air Force military aircraft loaded with material for two field hospitals, which are scheduled to arrive on Wednesday.

 

The area of the first field hospital is about 5,200 square meters, and the second hospital is about 4,000 square meters, with a capacity of 1,000 beds for both hospitals. The hospitals are equipped with modern technical devices and equipment for the treatment of people with coronavirus.

The aid also includes sending two additional military aircraft on Thursday, as another part of the Qatari medical assistance that His Highness directed to the friendly Italian Republic.

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