Qatari medical aid reaches India to cope with Covid-19 pandemic

A shipment of medical aid from Qatar to India arrived on Thursday at New Delhi airport on board a Qatari Amiri Air Force aircraft to support India's current efforts to address the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.



The Qatari aid was received by India's Ministry of External Affairs' Gulf Division director Avtar Singh, Qatar embassy acting charge d'affaires Ali bin Mohammed al-Badi, and second secretary Rashid bin Ali al-Marri.

The Qatari aid to India contained therapeutic drugs, medical devices, and various medical consumables, the most important of which are 4,300 Remdesivir for injection, 200 oxygen concentrators, and 40 ventilators.   


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