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The first arrival of protective equipment has today arrived in Serbia, which UNICEF, with the support of private sector partners and individuals, has provided to support the health system in the fight against COVID19

The equipment includes: 1,549 protective uniforms, 9,000 N95 masks, 99,950 surgical masks, 25,116 protective coats, 5,200 protective aprons, 71,900 surgical gloves and 5,376 visors.

The companies in Serbia whose donations made it possible to purchase the equipment are Eurobank, Telenor Foundation, Steel Impex, Nova Communications, Vega IT Sourcing, Sberbank, Typhoon HIL, Inc.

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