Critical Supplies Transported to China and Japan to Fight COVID-19

Critical Supplies Transported to China and Japan to Fight COVID-19

Airlink, in partnership with relief organizations and airline partners, delivered over 18,000 pounds of emergency supplies to support the COVID-19 response in China and Japan.

Airlink brought together Project Hope, MedShare and Polar Air Cargo, to transport over 14,000 pounds of medical supplies to the community at the epicenter of the outbreak –Wuhan, China.

With the help of United Airlines, 5,000 pounds of equipment for World Central Kitchen (WCK)  was sent to Japan, enabling teams to provide food for passengers and crew quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship.

Airlink continues to work with nonprofit relief organizations, airlines, and donors to transport personal protective equipment and other supplies needed in high-risk communities fighting COVID-19.

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