Ghana’s portion of Jack Ma’s free protective outfits have reportedly landed in the country.
Chinese billionaire and co-founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, promised to donate masks, test kits, and protective suits to all countries in Africa to help them in their fight against Coronavirus.
Jack Ma’s foundation promised to donate a total of 1.1 million testing kits, six million masks, and 60,000 protective suits and face shields to the selected African countries.
They also promised to also work with local medical institutions on the continent to provide online training material for coronavirus clinical treatments.
Photos sighted by our team reveals the stuffs have landed and are already being offloaded to those who will be making use of it.
That will aid the health care providers to embark on a mass testing at some affected regions.
Taking effect from today in a separate piece of news, all inbound flights have been suspended at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
However, such a ban won’t affect emergency flight, cargo flights, technical landing for refuel and medical evacuation flight.
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