Indian Air Force continues to work on overdrive to fulfill India’s oxygen requirement. The Indian Air Force airlifted 3 cryogenic oxygen containers from Singapore and 4 cryogenic oxygen containers from Bangkok to Panagarh Air base in West Bengal. The aircraft is also carrying 30 concentrators donated by the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce. Several hospitals in India have been struggling with shortage of oxygen as the Covid pandemic wreaks havoc in the nation. Watch the full video for all the details.
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India continued to battle against 2nd wave of COVID-19 and amid it, Indian Air Force (IAF) IL-76 airlifted 3 cryogenic oxygen containers from Singapore to Panagarh Air Base in West Bengal. Similarly, IAF's C-17 aircraft has airlifted 4 cryogenic oxygen containers from Bangkok to Panagarh Air base. The requirement of medical oxygen has soared in the country amid COVID crisis.
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