Hindustan Unilever donates 34 ICU ventilators to Maharashtra
Hindustan Unilever donates 34 ICU ventilators to Maharashtra – Hindustan Unilever Limited has given 34 ventilators worth ₹4 crore to the Maharashtra government. This incorporates ventilators worth ₹1.5 crore gave to the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) and ₹1 crore worth ventilators to the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). The rest have been shipped off to public hospitals in Chiplun (Ratnagiri) and Nashik, where the organization has its manufacturing plants.
These will help in inclining up the medical foundation in the state. Prior, the organization had given 29 ventilators worth ₹3 crore to government medical clinics in the state. Sanjiv Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director, HUL, said in a press explanation, “In the course of the recent couple of months, India has seen an extreme deficiency of basic health equipments at different emergency hospitals. We need to meet up in these difficult times and pool our assets to battle the Coronavirus.
We are confident that this donation will give pressing assistance to the emergency hospitals as they treat patients experiencing Covid-19.” Earlier this month, HUL reported that they had transported more than 5,000 oxygen concentrators to India through their organization with KVN Foundation and Portea, India’s biggest home medical care organization.
This organization has effectively given admittance to medical grade oxygen to Covid-19 patients directly in their homes, consequently diminishing the tension on medical care structure.
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