Countries like America, France, Britain, Germany have started sending relief materials to India to fight with Coronavirus in India.
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In view of Coronavirus In India, Coronavirus In India, hands are being extended for help from the countries around the world every day. Countries like America, France, Britain, Germany have started sending relief materials to India. Apart from this, there is constant help from many countries. The United Nations has also come forward to help India in the war against Corona. At the same time, Canada has sent 60 crore rupees to India for medical supplies, then South Korea is preparing to send the necessary medical things to New Delhi.
Significantly, in the last 24 hours, a record 3,60,960 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in India. In this way, the number of infected in the country has increased to 1,79,97, 267. At the same time, 3293 people have died during this period. So far 2,01,187 people have died due to Corona. The health system of the country has collapsed badly due to the cases of corona continuously coming to the fore. Patients are suffering from lack of oxygen and beds. In this case, help is coming for India from all over the world. Let us know from where today help is coming for India.
UN also extended a helping hand
A spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutares said that the United Nations has offered India as much help as possible through its integrated supply chain. General Secretary Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq said that UN officials are in touch with Indian officials regarding the situation in India. In response to a question, Haq said, “We are in touch at various levels.” I am aware that our Chief De Cabinet recently contacted the Permanent Representative of India here. Officials of our system are also in contact here in New York and on land.
South Korea will give oxygen concentrator, COVID diagnostic kit to India
South Korea has said that it will deliver oxygen concentrators, COVID diagnostic kits and other essentials to India to fight the corona. Health officer Yoon Tahoe said that South Korean citizens would be brought back from India. However, he did not say what the amount of help that would be provided to India would be. But he definitely said that the quantity of material to be sent to India would be good.
NGO raised Rs 35 crore to deal with Corona
Indian-American non-profit organization (NGO) ‘Seva International USA’ has raised about $ 4.7 million (about Rs 35 crore) through social media for COVID-19 relief operations in India. “This is a collective effort that can save lives,” said Seva International USA. Starvation can be defeated and India can be helped in its decisive battle against COVID-19. The service collected 2,184 oxygen concentrators to be sent to India on Tuesday. More than 66,700 Indian-Americans raised more than $ 4.7 million for COVID-19 relief operations in India less than 100 hours after starting the fund raising campaign.
New Zealand will give India an amount of 5.3 crore rupees
New Zealand will provide approximately US $ 7,20,365 (approximately Rs. 53 million) to the Red Cross to help India struggling with Corona. Foreign Minister Nanaiah Mahuta said, “We are with India in this difficult time and we appreciate the efforts of health workers and advance personnel working continuously to save lives.” The New Zealand Herald quoted Mahuta as saying, the island nation will contribute one million New Zealand dollars to the International Red Cross Federation to help India struggling with the second wave of COVID-19.
Indian-American Foundation sending 50 ventilators to India
The US India Chamber of Commerce (USICOC) Foundation and its partner organizations are sending 50 ventilators, among other medical items, to India to help fight the second deadly wave of COVID-19. The Foundation made arrangements to send 20 ventilators on Tuesday. He will send 30 more ventilators in the next few days. USICOC said that these ventilators will be sent to the Indian Red Cross Society located in New Delhi for distribution in hospitals.
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