PHOTOS 9 tons of emergency medical supplies arrive in Wuhan from Japan

PHOTOS

9 tons of emergency medical supplies arrive in Wuhan from Japan

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20:07, January 29, 2020

Two flights, which departured from Osaka and Tokyo respectively, loaded with tons of emergency medical supplies, have arrived in Wuhan, the capital city of Central China's Hubei Province, to help the fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak. (Photos: CAACnews.com)

Flight HO1340 was loaded with 19 crates of emergency medical supplies such as masks and medical protective clothing.

More than 9 tons of emergency medical supplies, including N95 masks, medical surgical masks, goggles and protective clothing were rushed to Wuhan on both flights.

All these medical supplies were provided by the Japanese government to ease the supply shortage in the fight against the epidemic. (Compiled by Wang Zi)

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