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Over 2.5 weeks, Ukraine spends USD 300,000 on anti-virus goods

Source : 112 Ukraine

The list of goods includes masks, respirators, lung ventilators, patient monitors, gloves, suits, oxygen concentrators et cetera
18:28, 7 April 2020

Erin Clack/Globe Staff

Ukraine's government authorities bought goods to combat the spread of Covid-19 virus, spending 952 million Ukrainian hryvnas (almost 300,000 U.S. dollars). ProZorro, the public procurement system reported that on April 7.

The state-run enterprises purchased medical equipment (lung ventilators, oxygen saturation monitors, patient monitors, etc.), medical materials (gloves, protection gloves, suits, respirators), as well as the equipment for anesthesia and intensive care.

The listed items cost almost half from the overall sum. Besides, the Centre for Urgent Medical Aid and Emergencies of Kyiv city hall purchased transports on the sum of approximately 2.6 million dollars. Another department of city hall purchased the systems of remote temperature measurement from Intevro company (some 2.3 million dollars). The Centre of servicing of units of the National Police bought masks and gloves for 2.17 million dollars. 

Related: Woman recovered from Covid-19 in Ukraine's Sumy

Anoother state-run enterprise of Kyiv city administration purchased video cameras for remote measurement of temperature for approximately 2.3 million dollars.

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