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Covid-19: Moroccan Medical Aid Sent to Eswatini Arrives in Mbabane

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Mbabane - The Moroccan medical aid sent to the Kingdom of Eswatini, as part of aids granted following the high instructions of HM King Mohammed VI to several African countries to support them in their efforts to fight against the coronavirus pandemic, arrived Thursday at Mbabane international airport.

The aid was received by the Prime Minister of Eswatini, Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini, on behalf of King Mswati III.

The ceremony was also attended by Foreign Minister Thuli Dladla, several senior officials as well as representatives of civil society associations.

The Moroccan aid sent to several African countries is intended to provide protective medical equipment to support these countries in their efforts to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The medical aid includes some 8 million medical masks, 900,000 protective visors, 600,000 hygiene caps, 60,000 medical gowns, 30,000 liters of hydroalcoholic gel, 75,000 boxes of chloroquine and 15,000 boxes of Azithromycin.

This solidarity action is part of the implementation of the Initiative launched by HM the King on April 13, 2020, as a pragmatic and action-oriented approach, intended to the brotherly African countries, enabling the sharing of experiences and good practices and aiming to establish an operational framework in order to support their efforts in the various phases of the management of the pandemic.

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