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COVID: Mumbai's All Kurla Committee steps up to provide oxygen cylinders

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COVID: Mumbai's All Kurla Committee steps up to provide oxygen cylinders

COVID: Mumbai's All Kurla Committee steps up to provide oxygen cylinders

As Maharashtra is witnessing an unprecedented rise in COVID-19 cases, the state and its capital city Mumbai is facing shortage of oxygen cylinders - crucial support for critical patients of COVID-19.

To do their part, All Kurla Committee in Mumbai is providing oxygen cylinders.

Although the service is chargeable, the organisation is giving the cylinders for free to the needy.

"COVID patients are approaching us and other NGOs.

We help as per stock availability.

It's a chargeable service, but we give it for free to the poor," said a member of All Kurla Committee.


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