goods to the UK when the death toll reaches 10,000
Health Minister Matt Hancock says there are 10,000 ventilation devices in the NHS, but 18,000 devices are needed to ensure functionality and don’t expect a virus peak in a few days
Turkey gave the UK a plane full of emergency equipment as the death toll from the coronavirus rose to 10,000.
The Guardian newspaper reported that the Ankara keeper with personal protective equipment, including surgical masks, N95 industrial masks and cosmetic suits, arrived in London on Friday afternoon.
“After despair, there is a lot of hope after the sun rises,” says Sufi poet Jalal al-Din Rumi in the 13th century.
Health Minister Vahretin Koca said that during the past 24 hours, the number of coronavirus outbreaks in Turkey has increased by 5,138 deaths, 95 deaths and 1,111 deaths nationwide. The number of confirmed cases in Turkey
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Rap thanked him over the phone for saying that the handover was evidence of a strong friendship between the two countries. Anatolia Agency reported.
German forces have announced that 60 fans will contribute to the NHS as the UK healthcare system moves to provide the necessary rescue equipment before the expected peak of Covid 19.
Although there are 10,000 ventilators in the NHS, Health Minister Matt Hancock said it will need 18,000 ventilators to work and the virus will rise in a few days.
The number of recent deaths from coronavirus in the United Kingdom increased by 917 to 9,875, according to health officials. According to Reuters, as of Saturday, 78991 people had tested positive for the virus.
According to Donald Trump, the UK has asked 200 fans to fight the epidemic. We will fix it. We need to fix it.”
In this regard, the President of the British Medical Association called on the government to urgently investigate the cause of black, Asian and ethnic minorities being infected with Covid-19.
“The UK’s 10 largest doctors have been diagnosed with the epidemic, and there are ancestors in Asia, the Middle East and Africa,” the Guardian said.
Last month, Middle East Eye reported the tribute paid to three Muslim health workers who died in the fight against coronaviruses in the United Kingdom.
His office said that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had made very good progress in recovering from Coved 19.
Three nights after Thursday, Johnson was removed from the intensive care unit. On Friday, Downing Street said she was in the early stages of recovery but started walking.