UN sends 10,000 oxygen concentraters to India to help in corona war

New Delhi: The United Nations has helped India to counter the second wave of corona. So far 10,000 oxygen concentraters and 1 crore medical masks have been supplied to India by UN agencies. This has been informed by a spokesman for United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres. UN Chief's spokesperson Stephendujaric said the UN team in India is constantly assisting.

He said that the Central Government and the local administration are constantly being helped to combat the corona epidemic. Talking to media, a spokesperson for the UN Chief said that 10,000 oxygen concentraters have been sent to India so far by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN Population Fund. With this, about 1 crore medical masks and 15 lakh face shields have also been delivered. The United Nations team has also procured ventilators and oxygen generating plants to help India.

In addition, necessary equipment suitable for dealing with corona is also being supplied to India by the UNICEF. Our team has also procured a large number of testing machines and kits. In addition, airport thermal scanners have also been purchased. The United Nations says tents and beds are also being provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) for temporary health facilities. In addition, the agency has also deployed thousands of public health specialists to combat corona infection.

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