Turkey announced it would begin sharing information on how to deal with the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak with nine countries including Iran via online communication applications Skype and Zoom.

Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said the countries’ medical boards would start efforts on Wednesday to organize video conferences on such applications as Skype and Zoom with Turkey on its current precautions to keep the disease outside the country’s borders.

At least nine countries requested such meetings to learn about Turkey’s approaches to protect against the coronavirus, Koca added, while speaking to reporters in the country’s parliament.

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