The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has come forward in the ongoing war of the Corona epidemic. The board announced on Monday that it will contribute a 10-liter 2000 oxygen concentrator to help India’s efforts in overcoming the epidemic.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has come forward in the ongoing war of the Corona epidemic. The board announced on Monday that a 10-liter 2000 oxygen concentrator would contribute to help India’s efforts to overcome the epidemic. During the second wave of Corona in the country, the health system collapsed due to uncontrollable conditions. During this time people were seen battling for other medical facilities including beds and oxygen in the hospital.
As such, over the next few months, the board will distribute oxygen concentrators across India with the hope of providing critical medical support and care to needy patients, and the initiative will help reduce the devastation of the epidemic. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said, “BCCI appreciates the excellent role of the medical and healthcare community, who are continuing this long battle against the virus. They have indeed been frontal warriors and have done everything possible to save us. The board has always put health and safety at the top and is committed to this objective. Oxygen concentrators will provide immediate relief to the affected people and help them recover quickly. ‘
BCCI Secretary Jai Shah said, ‘We are standing shoulder to shoulder in this collective fight against the virus. The BCCIA F understands the dire need for medical devices in this hour of crisis and hopes that this effort will help reduce the demand-supply gap created across the country. We all have suffered a lot. I urge all eligible people to get vaccinated. ‘
BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal said, ‘In times of crisis, the cricket community has always come forward to support. It is a pleasure to see everyone come together and do their work. The BCCI is steadfast in its efforts towards social responsibility and will always work closely with the central and state governments to help them in their efforts to stop the spread of the virus. We believe that these oxygen constants will strengthen health-related infrastructure and when someone’s octogenarian