‘Medical airlift’ for Ukraine with $3.5 million of medical supplies set to fly out of Sea-Tac

A relief flight stocked with $3.5 million worth of emergency medical supplies is scheduled to fly out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Monday evening, providing aid to Ukraine during Russia’s ongoing invasion of the Eastern European nation.
The flight is being spearheaded by Nova Ukraine, in tandem with Stanford University’s Ukrainian Student Association and the Ukrainian Association of Washington State (UAWS). Cargo will include surgical supplies, “medical machines,” gauze and bandages, arterial lines, and sterile syringes.


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