As India struggles with the second major epidemic, the UK is sending 100 respirators and 95 oxygen oxygen as the first phase of the shipment.
India has been hit by the second-largest pandemic and is working to eradicate coronavirus, which continues to plague hospitals and hot springs.
Many countries including the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States have promised to send emergency medical care, and the first shipment from the UK will arrive on Tuesday.
The director general of the World Health Organization described the incident in the second world population as “heartbreaking” as the WHO plans to provide more workers and other items in addition to oxygen equipment.
Here are some recent updates:
India has submitted 323,144 new cases of COVID-19
India’s daily growth in coronavirus cases has dropped to recent pages, but remained above 300,000 for the sixth straight day.
With 323,144 new cases, the total number of cases in India is now at 17.64 million.
Deaths from COVID-19 rose by 2,771 to 197,894, according to a medical ministry study.
Australia wants a plane suspension from India
Australia is preparing for a plan to suspend flights from India to prevent the deadly strains of coronavirus entering the country following the high number of cases of COVID-19 in the world’s second most populous country.
Queensland has called on the government to suspend all air travel from India in the wake of the serious COVID-19 explosion from the Australian virus.
“I have sent a letter to the Prime Minister last weekend requesting the suspension of flights coming from India … and I know the federal government is considering today,” Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk told Australia Broadcasting Corp.
The Australian Security Committee will meet next Tuesday to discuss the suspension of flights from India and to consider ways to send medical aid to India, Australian journalists have said.
The first shipment of medical care to the UK will reach India
The first shipment of COVID-19 drug products from Britain to India, including 100 respirators and 95 oxygenated oxygen, arrived early Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry said.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi sent pictures of the weapons unloaded at a German airport in Lufthansa in New Delhi, calling it a “global partnership in the workplace”.
International union at Work! Recommend the delivery of medical supplies from 🇬🇧 plus 100 & 95 oxygen concentrators oxygen concentrators arriving very early in the morning. pic.twitter.com/MBZFwSn4cH
– Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) April 27, 2021
Britain, one of the few countries that has announced that it will send aid to India’s healthcare system in the worst hit by coronaviruses, is sending more than 600 medical supplies to the hospital.
At least nine aircraft carriers, including 495 oxygen, 120 unused ventilators and 20 ventilators, were sent this week, according to the British High Commission in New Delhi.
France supplies India with medical treatment COVID-19: Elysee
France is providing India with “medical treatment” to help the country cope with the deadly coronavirus that continues to plague its hospitals, the Elysee Palace said.
Shipments to India include oxygen manufacturers, respirators and cryogenic vessels and will begin next week.