Saudi Arabia is sending relief to Tunisia as the country deals with a serious COVID-19 outbreak.
Two planes operated by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center have flown to Tunisia with important medical supplies and protective equipment
The aid was sent in response to a request from Tunisian President Kais Saied to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Friday
The aid includes respirators, oxygen tanks, medical beds and patient monitors, three million surgical masks, one million N95 masks, and 500,000 pairs of medical gloves.
Tunisians are expressing their gratitude
بدء نقل المساعدات الطبية العاجلة للشعب التونسي الشقيق لمواجهة فايروس كورونا 🇹🇳❤️🇸🇦 pic.twitter.com/YNNPXhXJ7x
— عبدالواحد الحميد (@Abdulwaahd) July 14, 2021