CHINA 20,000 goggles sent to virus-hit Wuhan

CHINA

20,000 goggles sent to virus-hit Wuhan

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22:35, January 27, 2020

Nearly 20,000 pairs of protective goggles were sent to Wuhan on Monday evening by Shandong airline SC9001.

Premier Li Keqiang promised to bring 20,000 goggles to supply medical staff in virus-hit Wuhan when he arrived there early Monday to inspect the prevention and control efforts for the novel coronavirus outbreak.

In the wake of the virus's spread, China has been beefing up nationwide actions to curb the outbreak, and using its strongest efforts to ease the shortage of medical supplies and personnel at the frontline.

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Premier Li Keqiang urges relevant authorities to solve medical supply shortage in Wuhan, including masks and goggles for medical staff. (Photo: Gov.cn)

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