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PTI
June 12, 2021
Addressing the Indian diaspora in Kuwait, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, who is in the country on his first bilateral visit, said the government ran hundreds of oxygen trains to ferry oxygen from production centres to major cities


India Today Tech
New Delhi, May 28, 2021



PTI
May 24, 2021
The COVID-19 allowance is a one-time grant per employee of Rs 30,600 for in-house COVID care, medical equipment, or medication related expenses, Amazon India said in a blog


PTI
May 17, 2021
To address the growing customer demand and shortage of critical medical equipment, Amazon India is working with sellers on its marketplace to help them bring in about 9,000 oxygen concentrators for customers in India, it said


PTI
May 16, 2021
Perched atop her trusted companion - a scooter - the young woman, a resident of Madaar Khel locality in Shahjahanpur, has so far distributed around 20 oxygen cylinders for free and is helped by her two brothers and some other associates


BusinessToday.In
May 15, 2021
In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, PESO will not carry out physical inspection of global manufacturers' production facilities before granting approval for import.


Anwesha Madhukalya
May 14, 2021
Sandeep Nailwal, co-founder of Polygon that aims to build and connect Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks, took to Twitter on April 24 to announce that he is setting up a crypto Covid relief fund to help those in need


BusinessToday.In
May 12, 2021
Under the sanction, 1,00,000 manual and 50,000 automatic Oxycare systems along with non-rebreather masks are being procured, the defence ministry said in a release


PTI
May 12, 2021
The Indian Navy has deployed its various ships to bring oxygen and other medical equipment to the country under operation 'Samudra Setu II'


India Today Tech
New Delhi, May 12, 2021
Oxygen concentrators come in different sizes, have varied flow rates and serve distinct purposes. On top it, there are a number of scams happening across the country which buyers need to be aware of.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 11, 2021
Indian Navy's three warships, INS Airavat, INS Trikand and INS Kolkata, docked at Visakhapatnam, Mumbai and New Mangalore ports on Monday ferrying liquid medical oxygen (LMO) and associated medical equipment from abroad as part of the mission Samudra Setu-II. The Indian Navy Ship Airavat brought eight cryogenic oxygen tanks, each with a capacity of 20 metric tonnes of oxygen, and 3,150 empty oxygen cylinders and 500 filled oxygen cylinders from Singapore, whereas the Indian Naval Ship Trikand arrived with 40 MT liquid Oxygen from Hamad Port, Qatar. INS Kolkata, on the other hand, carried two 27 MT of liquid oxygen, 400 Oxygen cylinders and 47 oxygen concentrators from Qatar and Kuwait respectively. While these ships entered ports to augment oxygen supply in three different states, two more warships are en route to India from Kuwait,  one from Brunei to bring medical supplies. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Centre defends Serum, Bharat Biotech Covid-19 vaccine pricing


India Today Tech
New Delhi, May 11, 2021
With the increased demand, there is a lot of confusion around oxygen concentrators as well. So, if you want to buy one, here are 10 things to keep in mind.


PTI
May 11, 2021
There was a five-minute lag in reloading the oxygen cylinder that caused the pressure to drop, resulting in the deaths, Chittoor district Collector M Hari Narayanan said


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 6, 2021
With Tamil Nadu recording over 21,000 Covid cases a day, the need for beds and oxygen has increased exponentially. The state has 85,000 beds, of which 35,000 carry oxygen points. The biggest struggle that patients and their relatives face is finding beds, with many seen gasping for air in ambulances outside hospitals. To ease the crisis, Jain International Trade Organization has come up with the 'Oxygen on Wheels' initiative. Several school buses currently not being used have been modified to accommodate six patients each and are occupied with 6 oxygen concentrators and cylinders to serve patients waiting outside hospitals. Four buses had been rolled out initially and will soon be increased to twenty. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Supreme Court asks Centre to prepare for third wave of COVID-19


Ashutosh Kumar
May 6, 2021
Several tax provisions contained in Budget 2020 are impacting donations and relief measures. For instance, welfare trusts and other organisations involved in arranging relief materials are facing difficulty in raising funds from donors as they lack power to issue tax exemption certificates


BusinessToday.In
May 6, 2021
\"Prepare today to handle stage 3 of Covid. Children may be affected during the third wave, ensure vaccination of children,\" said the Supreme Court to the Centre


BusinessToday.In
May 6, 2021
The header called 'Online Booking for Refilling of Oxygen Cylinders-Delhi Government-Corona Relief' mentioned on the homepage of the Delhi government's official website - delhi.gov.in - will go live on Thursday


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 5, 2021
Little or no help from the central or Delhi governments has forced a number of hospitals in the national capital to install their own oxygen plants and generators. BLK Super Specialty Max Hospital has procured an oxygen generator and cylinder filling system from France. The hospital will now be installing an in-house oxygen generator to tide over the crisis. This oxygen concentrator, which comes along with an oxygen cylinder filling system, will help the hospital with 15 per cent of its total need for oxygen. In addition, it will also fill 50-60 oxygen cylinders. The city witnessed 448 COVID deaths in the last 24 hours, as per the official figures. Watch the video for more.Also Read: COVID wave III imminent; we need to prepare, warns top scientist


BusinessToday.In
May 5, 2021
The notice was issued by the high court over the 'non-compliance' of the Supreme Court's May 2 order that directed the Centre to rectify the issue of shortage of medical oxygen in Delhi hospitals on or before the midnight of May 3


BusinessToday.In
May 5, 2021
\"COVID-19 is a shared problem for the world. When it came to medicines, we gave HCQ to the US, Singapore, European countries. We have given vaccines to some countries,\" said External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar


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