Prince Charles of Britain expressed confidence that together the battle against Coronavirus would be won.
In India, the situation is becoming frightening due to Coronavirus in India. Everyday cases are coming up wildly and a large number of people are dying. Meanwhile, Prince Charles of Britain has appealed to help India. He said that India had helped other countries in the Corona crisis, now the world needs to help it. Significantly, in view of the deteriorating Corona situation in India, goods of help are being sent from all over the world including America, Britain and France.
The 72-year-old heir to the British throne expressed the belief that together this battle would be won. He also said that the people who are facing the brunt of the epidemic in India are praying for them. In a statement issued by Clarence House, Prince Charles said, “For more than a year, this epidemic has had a devastating effect on us worldwide.” I am deeply saddened by the horrific pictures of the COVID-19 in India this week.
We will win this battle together: Prince Charles
Charles’s philanthropic organization ‘British Asian Trust’ has appealed to the people to help India. He said, I hope more of us will give help to help people in India in times of need. The successor of the British throne said, like many others, I like India very much and I have made many wonderful visits to the country. India has helped other countries in difficult times. Since India has helped others, so we should help India. They said, we will win this battle together.
Money is being deposited to supply oxygen supply
The ‘British Asian Trust’ set up by Prince Charles has appealed to provide oxygen supply to India, so as to help the hospitals suffering from its deficiency. The British International Doctors Association (BIDA) has also given its support to this appeal. BIDA is working with ‘British Asian Trust’ to raise funds for India. It has set a target of raising one lakh pounds (about one crore rupees).
Britain also added 3 oxygen ‘factories’ to life-saving supplies for India
Britain said that it would send important oxygen equipment to India in India’s war against COVID-19. It also includes so-called ‘oxygen factories’, which are capable of producing oxygen at high levels per minute. Three oxygen production units will be sent from additional reserves in Northern Ireland, each capable of producing 500 liters of oxygen per minute which is sufficient to use 50 people at a time. These small factories the size of a shipping container will be able to meet the demand of oxygen in Indian hospitals to some extent.
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