Ministry spokeswoman Arindam Baki posted on social media Twitter that Lufthansa, a German airline in New Delhi, had posted photos of equipment to be unloaded from a plane, praising it as an example of “international cooperation”.
From the United Kingdom, one of the many countries announcing the sending of aid, more than 600 units of vital medical equipment have arrived as India’s health system is overwhelmed by the increase in COVID-19 cases.
A total of nine overhead containers, including oxygen, non-invasive respirators and manual respirators, will be dispatched this week, according to the British High Commission in New Delhi.
Since the onset of the epidemic, India has accumulated 195,123 deaths and 17,313,163 epidemics, the second highest number of cases in the world after the United States, behind the United States, and fourth.
There are currently 2,813,658 cases in the country, according to the Indian Ministry of Health.
The Govt-19 epidemic has caused at least 3,109,991 deaths worldwide, resulting in more than 147 million infections, according to a report released by the French company AFP.
In Portugal, 16,965 people died from 834,638 confirmed infections, according to the Directorate General of Health’s latest bulletin.
The disease is spread by a new corona virus detected in late 2019 in the city of Wuhan in central China.
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