The aid (BHC) is being used by the Government of India (GOI) to provide vital medical treatment to people suffering from COVID-19 in India.
More than 600 vital medical medical equipment being shipped to India to help the country fight COVID-19, the British High Commission (BHC) said on Sunday.
A statement from BHC reported that the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office-funded aid package included ventilators and oxygen concentrators from surplus supplies.
The aid is being used by the Government of India (GOI) to provide vital medical treatment to people suffering from COVID-19 in India.
UK Health and Social Care has worked closely with the National Health Service (NHS) as well as suppliers and manufacturers in the UK to identify reserve recovery equipment that can be shipped to India.
Cases and deaths since the start of the pandemic and severe oxygen starvation.
Following discussions with the Indian government, the first shipment of equipment will leave the UK today and arrive in New Delhi earlier this year. “A total of nine air tanks filled with supplies, including 495 oxygen concentrators, 120 non-invasive ventilators and 20 manual ventilators, will be sent into the country.”
This team will be instrumental in saving the lives of the most vulnerable people in India.For example, oxygen concentrators can remove oxygen from the air in the atmosphere so that it can be delivered to patients, thereby relieving the pressure on the hospital oxygen systems and delivering oxygen in situations where the hospital’s oxygen supply is depleted,
“the BHC statement added The High Commission said the UK is working closely with the Indian government to identify further aid it can provide in the coming days. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “We stand by India as friends and partners during a profound period Page troubling time in the fight against COVID-19. “Critical medical equipment, including hundreds of oxygen concentrators and ventilators,
is now on its way from the UK to India to support efforts to prevent the tragic death of this terrible virus Foreign Minister Dom Raab init said” We must all work together to address COVID -19 fight.
India is a very important partner for us so we are providing oxygen concentrators and ventilators to help. “Saving the lives of the most vulnerable.
We will pursue this first installment with more support based on our ongoing talks with the government of India Health and Welfare Minister Matt Hancock said:” The heartbreaking scenes in India show once again how terrible this terrible one Disease is. We are determined to support the people of India at this very difficult time and I am extremely grateful to those who worked hard to make this first delivery possible.