IAF airlifts nine cryogenic oxygen containers from Dubai, Singapore
The IAF has additionally been airlifting empty oxygen tankers and containers to numerous filling stations throughout the nation to hurry up distribution of the much-needed medical oxygen.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) airlifted nine cryogenic oxygen containers from Dubai and Singapore, bringing them to the Panagarh air base in West Bengal, in line with an official assertion issued on April 28.
These containers have been introduced on April 27, it mentioned.
In addition, the IAF’s C-17 plane on April 27 additionally airlifted two cryogenic oxygen containers from Indore to Jamnagar, two from Jodhpur and Udaipur to Jamnagar and two from Hindon to Ranchi, it mentioned.
“IAF’s C-17s have airlifted six cryogenic oxygen containers from Dubai to Panagarh Air Base. Another C-17 brought three oxygen containers from Singapore to Panagarh Air Base,” the assertion mentioned. The IAF additionally airlifted eight cryogenic oxygen containers from Hyderabad to Bhubaneswar, two from Bhopal to Ranchi and two from Chandigarh to Ranchi, it mentioned.
India is battling the second wave of the coronavirus an infection and hospitals in a number of States are reeling underneath a scarcity of medical oxygen and beds in view of a rising variety of COVID-19 instances. The IAF has been airlifting empty oxygen tankers and containers to numerous filling stations throughout the nation to hurry up distribution of the much-needed medical oxygen in treating COVID-19 sufferers.