THE UK GOVERNMENT SUPPORT INDIA WITH ONE THOUSAND VENTILATORS
The UK government have donated a total of one thousand ventilators to India healthcare to cushion the covid-19 surge
The UK government have donated one thousand ventilators to the Indian healthcare to help cushion the destructive surge and effects of the corona virus rampaging the country presently. India’s fight against a surge in coronavirus cases will be reinforced by this new UK Government benevolent.
The support was announced by the Prime Minister today. 1,000 ventilators will be sent from the UK’s surplus supply to Indian hospitals to help the most severe Covid cases. This is in addition to 200 ventilators, 495 oxygen concentrators and 3 oxygen generation units the UK announced we were sending to India last week.
Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance have also spoken to their Indian counterparts to provide advice, insight and expertise to the Indian healthcare system as it deals with the world’s worse surge in Covid levels. The country is presently facing a torrid surge of the deadly virus and countries around the world have been supporting the country with whatever they are capable of to get over the surge.
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