In a LinkedIn post made by the Amazon Official account on Thursday, Amazon said that as a way to help India in its fight against Covid-19, they are delivering oxygen concentrators across India
Since the second wave of Covid has hit India, the country has been recording over 2 lakh new cases daily. Although the vaccine drive had started off efficiently, the month of April, brought in a load of difficulties and hardships for the country.
Amid this crisis, over 40 countries have come forward to lead a helping hand for India. This help has come mostly in the form of oxygen supply and critical medicines. Major world Powers like US, Russia, France and Germany have committed to provide the urgently needed items to India.
CEOs of Indian origin have come forward to help India. These include Microsoft Chief Satya Nadella and Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Where Microsoft provided resources and technology to help purchase oxygen concentration devices, Google provided funding of ₨135 crore for medical supplies.
Other than these, NGO’s from among the country and NRI’s are also trying to help India in any way they can. Individuals from among the country are also helping in the cremation of the Covid deceased.
Among them, Amazon has recently come forward to provide hundreds of oxygen concentrators to those in need every day. In its LinkedIn post made on the Official Amazon account on 20th of May, Amazon saluted their Operations Associates for going above & beyond and also mentioned that it is because of them that this was possible.
The post was attached with a video which had the wordings, “From small town to big cities, to help India fight Covid-19, Amazon India has come together to deliver medical supplies for those in need. Amazon is delivering hundreds of Oxygen Concentrators across various hospitals and organizations in India every day. We’d like to salute our associates across the operations network for going above & beyond to support the fight against Covid! #Unite2FightCorona”
The video showed the inner working of the Amazon Company. The video showed the process of how Amazon India packed and delivered the care packages to hospitals and NGOs.