Khalsa Aid India donates Oxygen concentrators for Covid patients in Mizoram

Khalsa Aid India donated 30 Oxygen concentrators and 15 Stabilizers for assisting the government to fight the pandemic of COVID-19

Chief Minister of Mizoram, Zoramthanga on Thursday thanked Khalsa Aid India for donations of Oxygen concentrators to the COVID-19 patients in the state.

As per the details available, Khalsa Aid India donated 30 Oxygen concentrators and 15 Stabilizers for assisting the government to fight the pandemic of COVID-19 while helping Oxygen-dependent Covid patients.

“Immense gratitude to @khalsaaid_india for their donation of 30 nos Oxygen Concentrators and 15 nos Stabilizers to help Covid-19 patients in #Mizoram,” Zoramthanga tweeted on his official handle.

He further wrote, “These gifts will go a long way in our fight against this dreaded pandemic,”

It is pertinent to mention that Khalsa Aid India has been at the forefront all over the country in making donations of equipment to fight the pandemic while its volunteers have been working tirelessly to reach out to people in need given the restrictions imposed throughout India.

In Delhi, its team installed glass wool insulated gas chambers in an effort to minimize wood usage at crematoriums. “This is the second installation of the gas chamber and more will be installed across various crematoriums in the other states,” the Aid group said.

Earlier, the NGO also launched the ‘Medical Aid App’ to distribute oxygen concentrators to needy patients.

The app can be used to check the availability of Oxygen concentrators and book accordingly. However, this service is presently limited to Punjab, Jammu, and NCR region.

Digpu News Staff

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