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India is fighting back the deadly second wave of covid-19 and many superstars have come forward and helped the hospitals by donating the necessary things like oxygen concentrators, ventilators, etc. Amitabh Bachchan has been actively doing his bit by donating the essentials to the BMC and hospitals.
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He further said that his consignment of 10 ventilators and 50 oxygen concentrators is on its way and will be delivered by yesterday.
“able to deliver the first lot of 10 ventilators to the desired locations.” The actor further informed that the 6 ventilators went to BMC “under the request of its Commissioner Mr. Iqbal Singh Chahal, who has done great innovative work in controlling the spread of the virus in the City, by bringing down the numbers. I shall be requesting the BMC to let me have a report on the delivery, the setting up and the functioning of these machines at the allocated locations, so we can keep a record of their proper usage. ”
Mr. Bachchan has successfully donated four ventilators to the Sion Hospital.
"along with some accessories that they needed to help in the detection process in these times; Nair Hospital; Kaleskar Hospital and the Jewel Nursing Home."
He further informed about the delivery of the other necessities saying:
"The first consignment of the 50 Oxygen Concentrators ordered and bought by me from Poland should be on a plane as I write, and shall be landing in Delhi by 6 am tomorrow morning, on the Polish Airline LOT .. flight WAW/DEL /LO 1071 .. these shall be cleared by the Gurudwara Committee where I have donated in the building of the 400-bed facility and which was inaugurated the other day .. 300 functional immediately and the balance 100 in due time .. and the O2 concentrators shall also be donated to this facility for their discretionary use,"
Amitabh Bachchan buys 50 oxygen concentrators from Poland; distributes ten ventilators to BMC.