In a statement, Samsung said that, considering the medical needs in India, it has decided to donate $ 5 million which is both at the center and local level.
Samsung has announced a contribution of Rs 37 crore in the fight against COVID-19 in India. The smartphone giant is supporting both the central and state governments, which will be able to purchase more essential medical equipment for hospitals with the help of donations. Out of the total donation amount, Samsung is giving 3 million dollars to the central government and the governments of Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The remaining $ 2 million will go towards the purchase of medical supplies, including 100 oxygen concentrators, 3,000 oxygen cylinders and one million LDS syringes.
In a statement, Samsung said that, considering the immediate needs of local administrators in India and negotiating with stake holders, it has decided to make another donation of $ 5 million. Last year, Samsung donated Rs 20 crore to support governments in the fight against COVID-19, including donations to the central government and support to the local administration in Noida. Samsung gave medical equipment to hospitals “in a preventive campaign”.
Samsung will supply LDS syringes to UP and Tamil Nadu. Samsung said that at the moment the syringe with which the vaccine is being installed, a lot of medicine is left in it. In such a situation, these syringes are 20 percent more powerful. LDS syringes can inject 1.2 million doses in exactly the same amount. Samsung is making more syringes here with the help of manufacturers.
Samsung has also announced that it will cover the cost of immunization of more than 50,000 “eligible” employees and beneficiaries in India. These employees include people working as Samsung Experience Consultants who work at electronic retail stores across India. The company said that, employee health, safety and welfare are our absolute priority.
Let us know that companies like Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, Realme, and Vivo have contributed to India’s fight against the epidemic. There have been more than 3 lakh cases in India for the last several days, so on the same day this figure had reached 4 lakh.
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