Oxygen Shortage: Amazon Gives 10,000 Oxygen Concentrators to India

Oxygen Shortage: Amazon gives 10,000 oxygen concentrators to India

New Delhi, April 25: Amazon on Sunday reported to give 10,000 oxygen concentrators and BiPAP machines to medical clinics and public establishments to increase their ability to help Covid-19 contaminated patients across different urban areas in India.

The first of these transfers was set to land in Mumbai on Sunday and a larger part of the transportation is relied upon to be finished by April 30.

Amazon has held hands with ACT Grants, Temasek Foundation, Pune Platform for COVID-19 Response (PPCR) and different accomplices to critically carrier more than 8,000 oxygen concentrators and 500 BiPAP machines from Singapore.

Moreover, Amazon India is additionally acquiring more than 1,500 oxygen concentrators and other basic clinical hardware in association with non-benefits including Swasth, Concern India and effect associations like ACT Grants and Sattva Consulting.

The organization said that the associations are working intimately with the Indian government to facilitate the passage of these oxygen concentrators and BiPAP machines into the country.

“We stand solidly with the nation, conveying our worldwide coordinations organization to desperately airdrop the required oxygen concentrators to help the country’s quick need,” said Amit Agarwal, Global SVP and Country Head, Amazon India.

Amazon will bear the expense of transporting these oxygen concentrators and BiPAP machines, acquired through numerous funders including ACT Grants and PPCR from Singapore to India through Air India and other worldwide transporters. Furthermore, the organization will likewise deal with the development of these oxygen concentrators and different gifts from the neighborhood air terminal to distinguished medical clinics and establishments.