Coronavirus: Montenegro asks NATO for aid

Ventilators, masks and gloves needed, 91 cases and 2 dead

30 March, 16:08

    (ANSAmed) - BELGRADE, MARCH 30 - Montenegro has asked for aid from NATO in the form of medical equipment to deal with the COVID-19 emergency. According to the Vijesti website, the small former Yugoslav country with some 620,000 inhabitants has thus far recorded 91 cases of COVID-19 and two deaths of people who have tested positive for it. The country is asked for 320 ventilators, 5.6 million protective masks, 6.5 million latex gloves and 250 goggles with a protective visor. Montenegro entered NATO three years ago and was for several weeks the only Balkan country without any recorded cases of COVID-19. (ANSAmed).

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