The United Kingdom is sending the world’s biggest freight plane conveying three 18-ton oxygen generators and 1,000 ventilators to India.
New Delhi: The United Kingdom is sending the world’s biggest freight plane conveying three 18-ton oxygen generators and 1,000 ventilators to India as the nation fights the COVID-19 flood.
Every one of the three oxygen age units – the size of 40ft cargo holders – produces 500 liters of oxygen each moment, enough for 50 individuals to use at a time, according to an assertion by the British High Commission here.
“The UK is sending overflow oxygen generators from Northern Ireland to India. The flights are conveying three overflow 18-ton oxygen generators and 1000 ventilators. Every generator produces 500 liters of oxygen each moment,” The UK High Commission in India tweeted.
The shipment is relied upon to arrive at India on Sunday (May 9) morning, where the Indian Red Cross will help move them to clinics. This help, recently reported, is notwithstanding 200 ventilators and 495 oxygen concentrators, which the UK shipped off India in late April, said the high commission.
The High Commission said that the most recent help bundle has been sourced by the Department of Health and Social Care and is completely subsidized by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Unfamiliar Secretary Dominic Raab said: “The UK is sending overflow oxygen generators from Northern Ireland to India. This life-saving gear will uphold the country’s clinics as they care for weak Covid patients.”India is as of now managing a second COVID-19 wave that has moved through the country, stressing the country’s wellbeing foundation and overburdening bleeding edge clinical specialists.
A few nations all throughout the planet including the UK, Russia, and the US have stretched out help to India as it keeps on battling with the expansion in its wellbeing foundation needs.