Defence Minister of Iran Brigadier General Amir Hatami has given an assurance that his ministry would do its utmost to satisfy domestic demand for disinfectants and medical masks amid the outbreak of coronavirus.
People of Iran may rest assured that the Defence Ministry will spare no effort to cope with the domestic demand for disinfectants and masks, Brigadier General Hatami said during a Tuesday visit to a military factory producing detergents, health products, and ethyl alcohol.
Unveiling plans for a rise in the output of the medical products, the minister said the Defence Ministry’s factories will continue to run with maximum capacity to meet the Iranian medical society’s needs.
He also noted that the experts of the Defence Industries Organization have been distributing 150,000 liters of disinfectants among the hospitals and medical centers across the country on a daily basis.
The minister stated that the extraordinary activity of the factories will continue unabated during the new year’s holidays, assuring people that the Defence Ministry will prevent any shortage of disinfectants and standard masks.