COVID-19: World comes together to help India

Sunday, May 2, 2021

/ by mansuralisaha


The News Cover: that we are tracking for you, this hour as India becomes the first country in the world to report, a daily case count of more than 400,000 infections, global aid continues to pour into India. the world has joined hands, with new daily as it battles, the latest wave of the coronavirus, "Germany sent 120 ventilators, to the health ministry to India the german air force's airbus, a 350900 took off from cologne carrying the life-saving equipment. 

now the shipment will be followed by, two more planes bringing a mobile oxygen production facility, spread out into several containers the german military. will lend the facility to India to help it tackle the health crisis, India also received coronavirus aid, from its eastern neighbors, Thailand, and Singapore, a royal Thai air force plane carried 15 oxygen concentrators today. while Singapore sent liquid oxygen cryogenic tanks. now the government of Bahrain has sent 40 tons of liquid oxygen, to India to help combat. 

the recent surge of coronavirus infections. the consignment was loaded onto the ins tawa an Indian navy vessel in Myanmar park rain this kind gesture of supplying the oxygen, and equipment, which is are much needed in India. it's truly appreciated by the people of India, Bahrain meanwhile cargo containing hospital equipment, and other covid-19 medical aid, has been loaded on a french plane headed for India 28 tons of medical equipment sent by France. 

as a part of its solidarity mission, will reach India by Sunday. the cargo includes eight world-class oxygen plants that will make eight Indian hospitals oxygen autonomous for 10 plus years the united nations has announced that it stands ready to step up its support for India UA's children agency Unicef has seen 3,000 oxygen concentrators, diagnostic tests, and other medical equipment.

the agency is helping to procure and install oxygen plants, for hospitals in the northeast and in Maharashtra. as well as the installation of thermal scanners at ports of entry countrywide. Unicef has also been helping the government to ensure that ensuring critical services, for the most vulnerable children can continue functioning, as well as to help more than 12 million children in 17 states continue learning from home.

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