The increase in COVID-19 cases continues to affect India as the country has registered 3,79,257 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours on Thursday.
New Delhi: A shipment Oxygen from Ireland involved 700 units of oxygen concentrators and 365 ventilators, which arrived in New Delhi,
as the country fights a second wave of coronavirus. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi tweeted, “International cooperation continues. 700 units of oxygen-containing concentrator equipment and 365 ventilators come from Ireland. We value support from our EU partner and friend.”
The increase in COVID-19 cases continues to affect India as the country has registered 3,79,257 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours on Thursday. This is the highest single-day spike in cases since the epidemic began last year.
The deteriorating COVID-19 situation in India has seen an increase in the demand for medical oxygen and beds for COVID-19 patients. Many countries around the world have come forward to help India as it continues to struggle with the increasing needs of its health infrastructure due to rising coronary virus cases.
On Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it had stepped up its COVID-19 response in India by re-appointing 2,600 health experts from other programs to counter recent daily spike cases and deaths.