Israel provides medical assistance to Vietnam to fight COVID-19


Israel’s Ambassador to Vietnam Nadav Eshcar on Friday handed over to the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry medical supplies to help Vietnam fight the severe wave of COVID-19 that is spreading in the country.

The equipment, which included ten ventilators for a new field hospital set up in Hanoi to treat COVID patients, was handed over to Vietnam’s deputy foreign minister in a ceremony attended by Israeli ministry officials. of Health.

In the coming days, the Israeli company Poli Film is expected to donate 10,000 medical masks, 20 oxygen bottles and antiviral plastic sheeting to a central hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. In addition, they will also donate covers for ATMs to be placed in central cities of Vietnam.

Vietnam was able to stop the spread of the virus for a few months, but the Delta variant entered the country in May and spread widely as it did in Israel.

The deputy foreign minister thanked Israel for its help and said it reflected the strengthening of friendship between Israel and Vietnam. In response, Eshcar expressed hope that cooperative efforts between Israel, Vietnam and the rest of the world can bring the pandemic to a complete stop.

A package containing medical supplies donated to Vietnam by Israel to help fight COVID-19 (credit: ISRAELI EMBASSY IN HANOI)

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh spoke by telephone in July. One of the topics covered in the conversation was the medical assistance provided on Friday.


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