Tribune News Service
New Delhi, May 9
Taiwan has provided one million face masks to India to help protect its frontline medical personnel.
The masks were brought to India by a special chartered flight and handed over by Ambassador Chung-Kwang Tien of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center to Neel Kamal Singh, Deputy Secretary-General of Indian Red Cross Society, on May 8, according to a Taiwan Centre news release.
Taiwan has so far sent 25.5 million face masks and other medical supplies to several countries.
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