Czech government humanitarian aid to virus-hit China to depart from Vienna on Monday

Czech government humanitarian aid to virus-hit China to depart from Vienna on Monday

The Czech government humanitarian aid to China, 4.5 tonnes of medical material needed to face new coronavirus, will leave Vienna on Monday, February 17, along with the aid provided by Austria, Hungary and Slovenia, with the EU co-financing the flight costs. In Wuhan, the aid will be handed to a local charity organisation that will provide for its distribution in hospitals. On the photo is seen the shipment already prepared in Zbiroh, west of Prague, on Thursday, February 13, 2020, from where firefighters will transfer it to Vienna. Photo/Lada Peskova (CTK via AP Images)

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