Coronavirus: Malaysia to donate 18 million medical gloves to China


PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will donate 18 million pieces of medical gloves to China to assist in the fight against the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) epidemic.

Malaysia is the world’s largest producer of medical gloves, exporting approximately 180 billion pieces worldwide.

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