Thailand amongst several other countries has come forward to lend its medical support to the subcontinent. Gifted 210 oxygen cylinders plus concentrators.
Amid India grappling with the fatal and rapid spread of COVID-19 infections, Thailand amongst several other countries has come forward to lend its medical support to the subcontinent. As India continues to counter the mounting crisis posed by a record rise in the second wave of the contagions of the COVID-19 virus, on Saturday, fellow ASEAN partner, Thailand which is also in the extended neighbourhood gifted 200 oxygen cylinders and 10 oxygen concentrators.
Official Spokesperson of Indian Foreign Affairs Ministry, Arindam Bagchi established reception of said medical aid. Indian community in Thailand have also managed to dispatch their share of contribution in the ongoing crisis subsequent to pandemic India. He took to Twitter to demonstrate his gratitude.
A valued maritime partner in our extended neighbourhood. Appreciate gift of 200 oxygen cylinders & 10 oxygen concentrators from our ASEAN partner Thailand. Also value donation by Indian community in of another 100 oxygen cylinders & 60 oxygen concentrators. pic.twitter.com/CdRMzBwq7D
— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) May 8, 2021
Nations solidarity to India’s COVID-19 crisis
Exponential hike in COVID-19 infections across India since the inception of the second wave has evidently overburdened Indian production sectors, the medical infrastructure, and thousands of frontline medical staff in the country. While COVID-19 management and curbs have been harder for India to attain, solidarity has been an outpouring from numerous countries. Amid ascending COVID-19 figures in India, media reports, and gutting images of collapsing medical infrastructure, several countries have been outpouring solidarity with India’s ordeals. Previously, Ukraine, Israel, Netherlands, Romania on behalf of the European Union, United Kingdom, United States, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, China, Singapore, Bhutan amongst few that have come forward in providing assistance to India in procuring tonnes of liquid medical oxygen, transporting mobile oxygen plants, drugs, and vaccine to cater as requirements against the destructive COVID-19 second-wave.
This inflow of medical oxygen from overseas would meet oxygen requisites across states which are currently facing grave shortages. In the recent past, COVID-19 patients have succumbed to the virus due to a dearth of medical oxygen supply at hospitals.
Today, Their Majesties King and Queen,in sharing solidarity with
Indian people,donated 200 oxygen cylinders®ulators,and 10 oxygen
concentrators to support #IndiaFightsCorona and #HelpIndiaBreathe. Aids from Indian Community in Thailand were also airlifted. #InThisTogether pic.twitter.com/PKgCSnQdAm
— Thailand in India (@ThailandinIndia) May 8, 2021
Deeply appreciate the kind donation of 200 oxygen cylinders and 10 concentrators from Their Majesties the King and Queen of #Thailand which reached Delhi today thro special RTAF aircraft.
— India in Thailand (@IndiainThailand) May 8, 2021
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