Cavid-19: The service has cost more than million 1 million to buy life-saving equipment for India

Cavid-19: The service has cost more than million 1 million to buy life-saving equipment for India

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Houston, May 11: The non-profit organization Seva International says it has spent more than মিল 1 million in the last two weeks to buy life-saving devices under its ‘Help India Defeat Covid-19’ campaign. The company said in a statement that the devices were sent to India from New York in May. It has 260 oxygen concentrators, 1,000 oximeters and nine belive-positive airway pressure machines.

The non-profit organization Medshare has donated these investments. Medshare provides additional treatment and equipment for the needy community. The United Parcel Service Foundation, in collaboration with Seba International, flew it to New Delhi for free. The service has so far raised ১ 18 million to support India. These materials are being distributed to government hospitals and hospitals run by Covid-19 care centers and service-related organizations. Read more: Kovid-19: 10,114 new patients of Kovid-19 in Bihar, 75 people died in 24 hours

The company said it plans to send 1,000,000 additional oxygen concentrators over the next two weeks. Arun Kankani, president of the service, said the service has set up a control room in Atlanta, run by 10 volunteers. “We are getting all the help from around the world,” he said. Many businesses, hospitals and community organizations are calling for help. We are grateful for all those who helped them and provided assistance in times of crisis. ”

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