Turkish Health Minister Fakhruddin Kuja announced that the Corona virus medicines imported from China have been distributed to 40 cities in the country.
“Medicines were distributed to 40 cities by ambulance on Monday night,” Kuja said in a statement on Tuesday.
And he added: “The priority in administering the new drug will be to patients who are in intensive care. The effectiveness of the drug will appear in the coming days.”
On Monday, Kocaeli said, “Turkey received a drug whose results were positive in treating people with corona in China.”
The minister added in a tweet on Twitter, that “7 new deaths were recorded with the Coruna virus, bringing the total to 37.”
Kuja said: “The ministry conducted 3, 672 and 67 medical examinations during the past 24 hours, and that the results of the tests showed 293 people were injured, bringing the number of injuries nationwide to 1529.”
And globally, as of Tuesday noon, Corona infected about 395 thousand people in the world, of whom more than 17 thousand and 200 died, while nearly 104 thousand recovered.
The spread of the virus forced many countries to close their borders, suspend flights, impose curfews, suspend studies, cancel numerous events, prevent public gatherings, and close mosques and churches.
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