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U.S. donates ventilators to Uzbekistan

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U.S. donates ventilators to Uzbekistan

The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), has donated 200 ventilators to Uzbekistan to assist its fight against COVID-19, U.S. Embassy in Uzbekistan reports.

“In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have to mobilize as a global community. The virus doesn’t respect national borders – it affects us all. So, the United States is supporting Uzbekistan and many other countries by providing supplies and technical assistance needed to battle this virus. These ventilators, obtained in partnership with the American private sector, will strengthen Uzbekistan’s ability to treat seriously ill COVID-19 patients”, said U.S. Ambassador to Uzbekistan Daniel Rosenblum.

USAID has been working closely with the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders in Uzbekistan and the United States to plan for the delivery, transportation, and placement of these ventilators in health care facilities throughout the country. The donated ventilators are of the highest quality, made in the U.S. with cutting-edge technology. They are compact and easy to deploy, and can support both invasive and non-invasive applications, which will give Uzbekistan’s health workers flexibility in treating patients affected by the virus. USAID will also fund training for health workers and ongoing maintenance so that hospitals can continue to operate the equipment safely for years to come. The ventilators can also be used to treat patients for other respiratory ailments.

The United States continues to coordinate with the Government of Uzbekistan to identify priority areas for more life-saving investments. This ventilator donation, valued at approximately $2.6 million, builds upon over $6 million in previous U.S. COVID-19 assistance to support Uzbekistan’s fight against the pandemic.

The ventilators will be distributed by the Ministry of Health among 62 medical institutions in all regions of the country.

UzA