Taiwan sends 10 lakh face masks to India

Taiwan sends 10 lakh face masks to India

Taiwan has so far sent 25.5 million face masks and other medical supplies to several countries. AFP file

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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