Medical supplies arrive in Libya's Misrata to fight Covid-19

July 21, 2020

Two planes carrying medical supplies have arrived at Misurata International Airport, to help Libya in its efforts to tackle the novel coronavirus

The cargos which arrived from Schiphol Airport in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam contains (28800) SARS COV2 tests used to diagnose cases that suffer from symptoms that are compatible with the emerging coronavirus, in addition to five mini centrifuges and filter tips, according to a statement by the Health Ministry.

The shipments will be delivered to the Biotechnology Research Center in Tripoli, to increase the laboratory capacity of the center, which receives daily samples of suspected Coronavirus cases.