Coronavirus in India: Britain, Singapore, Saudi Arabia come in trouble, sent oxygen tanker and ventilator to India

Britain has come forward to help amid the Corona epidemic in India. On Sunday, the UK has sent more than 600 instruments to India, including the oxygen concentrator. The UK has said that Oxygen is sending more than 600 medical devices, including the concentration concentrator and ventilator, in view of the huge increase in corona cases in India.

The UK has said that the first consignment of these devices is scheduled to arrive in New Delhi on Tuesday. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that India stands shoulder to shoulder with India as a friend and partner in the fight against Kovid-19. He said that this is a difficult period. In this difficult time, our country will continue to work closely with India.

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The operation to Bring Oxygen Tanker Started

On the other hand, the army has now taken the front in the midst of a hiatus for oxygen throughout the country. The Indian Air Force has started operations to bring oxygen tankers from abroad. The Air Force is bringing four oxygen tankers airlift from Singapore. According to the information, Air Force C-17 aircraft flew to Singapore from Hindon Air Base at 2 pm. The aircraft reached Singapore at 7.45 am. After an Indian Air Force cargo plane loaded four empty cryogenic O2 containers from Singapore’s Changi Airport, it left for India from Singapore. The containers will be landed at the Panagar airbase.

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Saudi Arabia gave 80 metric tons of O2 to India

With the increase in Corona cases, Saudi Arabia is delivering 80 metric tons of O2, keeping in mind the needs of India. This oxygen has been shipped to India in collaboration with Adani Group and Linde Company. The first consignment of oxygen is currently en route from Dammam to Mundra. Riyadh-based Indian Mission tweeted, Considering India’s needs, the Indian Embassy is proud to cooperate with Adani Group and Messrs Linde in sending 80 MT of oxygen. Our heartfelt thanks to the Ministry of Health of Saudi Arabia for their help, support, and cooperation.

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