More than 47 thousand ampoules of Atracurium will arrive on Tuesday, the 29th, at Guarulhos International Airport, in São Paulo
Next Tuesday, 29, the Brazil will receive from the government of Ireland 47,520 ampoules of the anesthetic drug Atracurium, used in patient intubation. The donation was coordinated by the Embassy of Brazil in Dublin and by the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC), linked to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The cargo will arrive at Guarulhos International Airport (SP) in a transport operation made possible by the European civil defense agency Echo – acronym for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations. On social networks, Itamaraty informed that the Brazilian government is grateful for the donation. According to the folder, the initiative is part of the Brazilian government’s health diplomacy policy. The drug will be incorporated into the stocks of the Ministry of Health intended for the treatment of patients with Covid-19. “The Irish donation reflects the fruitful relations between Brazil and Ireland, which have deepened in recent decades and in which the investment of Irish companies in Brazil and the welcoming, in Ireland, of a large community of Brazilian citizens, stand out”, the statement said.
#DiplomacyDaSaude. Ireland donated to Brazil 47,520 ampoules of the anesthetic drug Atracurium, called the “intubation kit”. The cargo should arrive at Guarulhos International Airport on 6/29. pic.twitter.com/KW7puqi1hl
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