New Delhi. Due to increase in the cases of Corona virus, many countries of the world are sending help to India to fulfill the huge demand for life-saving gas. In this connection, on Tuesday, the fifth consignment of relief supplies and medical supplies from the US and Britain reached India. Items from the US include 545 oxygen concentrator machines and other medical supplies. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi gave this information through a tweet and together commended him for the help he received from the US.
On the other hand, the Indian Air Force aircraft arrived in Chennai on Tuesday with about 35 tonnes of medical equipment, including 450 empty oxygen cylinders from Britain. According to a release issued by the Ministry of Defense, two Air Force C-17 Globemaster cargo aircraft had departed from the Jamnagar air force base in Gujarat on May 2 to bring medical equipment from Britain. Both the Air Force aircraft reached Bridge Norton in the UK after a continuous flight of 11 and a half hours and left the country with life-saving medical equipment from there.
The first Air Force aircraft arrived in Britain at around 2 pm local time and left for India with about 35 tons of medical equipment, including 450 empty oxygen cylinders. The Air Force aircraft arrived here at around five in the morning on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, with 3,57,229 cases of Kovid-19 in India in a single day, the total number of infections has crossed two crores, while the death toll of 3,449 more people has reached 2,22,408. is. According to data released on Tuesday by the Union Health Ministry, the number of cases of Kovid-19 in the country has increased to 2,02,82,833.
According to the data available till eight o’clock in the morning, the number of under-treated patients has increased to 34,47,133 which is 17 percent of the total cases of infection. The rate of people recovering from Kovid-19 is 81.91 percent. According to the data, the number of patients recovering from this disease has reached 1,66,13,292, while the death rate is 1.10 percent.