A Turkish state-run agency has provided protective gear to the Kingdom of Lesotho to help the Southern African country curb the outbreak of the coronavirus.

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) distributed sanitizers, gloves and masks to the Lesotho Disaster Management Team, according to a statement released on Sunday.

The donated gear will be distributed at three hospitals and 20 clinics in the poorest and remote regions of the tiny Kingdom of Lesotho, a country completely surrounded by the Republic of South Africa.

The country has not yet confirmed any case of the coronavirus.

“The equipment will be

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