As Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to come forward and do their bit in alleviating the problems caused by the pandemic, several corporates have rushed, promising to do their bit
Bengaluru: With India seeing a massive hike in the number of corona cases, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the people to come forward and help each other in whatever way possible.
Paying heed to his request, several corporates have rushed, promising to do their bit to alleviate the problem.
Tata Group to import cryogenic containers
Tata Group is importing 24 cryogenic containers to transport liquid oxygen to improve supply across the country.
PayTm to buy home medical equipment
In a tweet, PayTm founder Vijay Shekhar said that the company will be buying home medical equipment.
He said, “Due to surge of Covid in our colleagues' families, we at Paytm have decided to buy home medical equipments like Oxygen concentrators tht can be used by teammate's families & community. Thank you @PMoIndia for calling upon youth to come together to stop the spread and save lives”.
Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance too comes forward
In a twet, Reliance said, “Reliance increases supply of oxygen to over 700 tonnes a day to #COVID-hit states like Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh”.
It will provide relief to over 70,000 critically ill patients everyday.
RIL plans to raise medical-grade #oxygen production capacity to 1,000 tonnes
OpIndia notes that the largest steel producers in India, the Steel Authority of India Limited, is also providing oxygen to the worst-hit states, including Chhattisgarh. According to SAIL, they have supplied 33,000 tonnes of oxygen to date from its plants in Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and West Bengal. The supply is being done under CSR.
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Last Updated Apr 21, 2021, 12:49 PM IST