BERLIN: German custom authorities are attempting to find around 6 million masks, requested to shield health officers from the coronavirus, that they state disappeared at an air terminal in Kenya.
“The specialists are attempting to discover what occurred,” a representative of German Health Ministry stated, affirming a report previously published by Spiegel Online.
A Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) representative said examinations had discovered nothing up until this point.
The FFP2 masks, which channel out in excess of 90 percent of particles, were requested by German customs. They and the military’s procurement office have been assisting the health service with getting hold of desperately required protective gear. The shipment was expected in Germany on March 20 yet never showed up in the wake of vanishing in the end of last week at an air terminal in Kenya.
Spiegel Online announced Germany has set orders worth 241 million euros ($260.57 million) with suppliers for sanitary and protective gear to battle the spreading coronavirus(COVID-19).
Germany is setting up its clinics and health workers force for a major increment in confirmations of patients with the infection. It has 27,436 affirmed coronavirus cases and 114 individuals have lost their lives so far.
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