Algeria allocates $ 100m to import pharmaceutical products to combat Corona by Reuters

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ALGIERS (Reuters) – The government said that Algeria will allocate $ 100 million to import pharmaceutical products and equipment to combat the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

Algeria confirmed 201 infectious diseases, 17 of whom died, most of them in the Blida region, south of Algiers.

(Press coverage by Hamid Ould Ahmed – Prepared by Mohamed Abdellah for the Arab Bulletin – Edited by Ahmed Hassan)

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