An aircraft carrying ventilators, Remdesivir, and medical supplies from EU member states arrived in New Delhi on Friday, amid the COVID-19 crisis in India.
Arindam Bagchi, an EAM spokesperson, thanked European countries like Germany, the Netherlands, and Portugal for their continued unity.
The European Union’s unity and cooperation, according to an EAM spokesperson, continues. The plane arrives with 223 ventilators, 25000 Remdesivir vials, and other medical supplies from Germany, 30000 Remdesivir vials from the Netherlands, and 5500 Remdesivir vials from Portugal. We appreciate our European Union partners’ support.
India welcomed the arrival of 5.6 million masks/respirators from Kazakhstan earlier today to fight the deadly virus that has placed a strain on the country’s health infrastructure.
“Increasing the depth of our Strategic Partnership. Over 5.6 million masks/respirators arrived from Kazakhstan, which is a welcome sight “Bagchi sent out a tweet.
India had 3,62,727 new COVID-19 incidents, 3,52,181 discharges, and 4,120 deaths as of Thursday. So far, there have been 2,37,03,665 positive cases in the world. There were 1,97,34,823 recoveries and 2,58,317 deaths recorded.