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The Sindh government has decided to share 300,000 KN95 masks it received from China with other provinces.

The announcement came as the number of known coronavirus
cases in Pakistan exceeded 1,000. Sindh has reported the highest 417 cases.

The provincial government received 500,000 KN95 masks from
China on Wednesday, provincial government spokesman Murtaza Wahab said on
Twitter.

Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah decided that Sindh will keep
200,000 masks and the remaining will be distributed amongst Punjab, KP,
Balochistan, AJK and GB governments, he said.

“Yes, together we can,” Wahab added in his tweet.

Abdul Gh Lone

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