Covid-19: India Receives Shipment Of Ventilators, Remdesivir From European Union

An aircraft carrying a shipment of ventilators, Remdesivir and medical equipment from EU member states arrived in India on Friday, amid the rising cases of coronavirus disease.

“EU solidarity and cooperation continues. Aircraft arrives carrying 223 ventilators, 25000 vials of Remdesivir and other medical equipment from Germany, 30000 vials of Remdesivir from Netherlands and 5500 vials of Remdesivir from Portugal. Value support of our European Union partners,” EAM spokesperson tweeted.

External Affairs Ministry (EAM) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi acknowledged the continued solidarity shown by European countries including Germany, Netherlands, and Portugal.

However, India welcomed the arrival of 5.6 million masks/ respirators, earlier today that arrived from Kazakhstan to fight the dealy coronavirus that has put a strain on the health infrastructure of the country.

“Further deepening our Strategic Partnership. Welcome shipment of over 5.6 million masks/respirators that arrived from Kazakhstan,” Bagchi tweeted.

India has received support from several countries, including the US, Russia and the UK as it battles a deadly second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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