The Community of Madrid received last night the fourteenth plane loaded with medical supplies, managed by the regional government who heads Isabel Díaz Ayuso, to confront “with security” the fight against Covid-19 in hospitals in the region.
The device, a Qatar Airways Boeing 777 cargo, has arrived in the capital from china and has transported in its warehouses 88.8 tons of sanitary supplies.
As reported by the regional executive in a statement, the freight is made up of 2.8 million units of KN95 masks and 128,000 of nitrile gloves.
It is the second flight that lands in Madrid in just four hours and the fourth during this week. With this, the Community of Madrid already adds close to 950 tons of sanitary material received since the first plane landed less than two months ago in Barajas.
The device arrived at the Madrid airfield from China around 22 hours yesterday and, as usual, the procedure for unloading, transporting, storing, sorting, and subsequently distributing it for the delivery and replacement of material in Madrid hospitals has been launched.
The Community of Madrid plans to continue receiving new aircraft with medical supplies to ensure at all times that professionals in the region “have the necessary equipment in their work before the Covid-19”.