Help from Kuwait with 282 cylinders, 60 oxygen concentrators

New Delhi. Help is coming from different countries in the growing cases of Coron infection (Covid Second Wave) in the country. More than 3 lakh cases have been coming in the country for the past more than 1 week and thousands are dying every day. If there are no beds in hospitals, then people are dying due to lack of oxygen. Meanwhile, Kuwait has helped India. A flight with 282 cylinders, 60 oxygen concentrators, ventilators and other medical supplies came from Kuwait in India on Tuesday morning. Kuwait’s ambassador to India informed that today a ship has left for India to carry 3 tanks. It has a total of 75 metric tons of gas and 1000 gas cylinders of 40 liters and other relief materials. Let us know that in the last five days, 25 flights have arrived with 300 ton Kovid-19 relief material at Delhi International Airport. The airport operator Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) said in a statement on Monday that the airport has built a ‘Jeevodaya Godown’ on 3500 square meters for interim storage and distribution of relief material.

According to the statement, between April 28 and May 2, in five days, about 25 flights reached Delhi airport, which contained about 300 tonnes of luggage. The statement said that these flights came from various countries like USA, UK, UAE, Uzbekistan, Thailand, Germany, Qatar, Hong Kong and China etc. It states that most of the relief flights have been operated by Indian Air Force aircraft, including IL-76, C-130, C-130, C-5, C-17. These flights have brought 5500 oxygen concentrators, 3200 oxygen cylinders, more than 9,28,000 masks, 1,36,000 remdesiveer injections, he said. Pfizer donated $ 70 million On the other hand Albert Burla, chairman and CEO of global drug manufacturer Pfizer, said that the company is sending $ 700 million (about Rs 510 crore) of medicines to India from its distribution centers in the US, Europe and Asia.

In the mail sent to Pfizer India employees, he said, “We are deeply concerned about the situation of Kovid-19 in India, and are heartily with you, your loved ones and all the people of India.” He posted this mail on LinkedIn is. Burla said, “We are committed to being a partner in India’s fight against this disease and are working steadily for the greatest humanitarian relief in the history of our company.” He said that currently Pfizer’s partners in distribution centers in the US, Europe and Asia are trying to send these medicines to India at a fast pace.

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