Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 19
The US authorities has donated the second cargo of 100 new, state-of-the-art ventilators, to help India in its battle in opposition to COVID-19.
The first cargo of 100 ventilators arrived in India on June 14.
Since then, the ventilators have been deployed to help the care of COVID sufferers at eight regional All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
Announcing the supply of the ventilators to India, US Ambassador Kenneth I. Juster stated: “We are very pleased to hand over the final tranche of 100 ventilators to India, fulfilling President Trump’s commitment to providing these critically needed supplies to support India’s pandemic response”.
The ventilators are manufactured within the United States. They are compact, simple to deploy, and supply India with flexibility in treating sufferers affected by the virus.
In addition, USAID is funding a bundle of help that features warranties and extra provides required to function these machines, reminiscent of tubes, filters, and different crucial parts.
USAID can be working in shut coordination with the Government of India to reinforce the capability of the well being services utilizing these ventilators by facilitating setup, orientations, and scientific coaching for well being care suppliers answerable for working the machines.