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Tata Group is importing 24 cryogenic containers through special chartered flights

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Tata group is the most prestigious conglomerate in the country and always ahead when the country needs any help and support. The Tata Group is importing 24 cryogenic containers through special chartered flights to meet the current oxygen crisis caused by Covid 19 across the country.

 

The move is to help supply liquid oxygen to medical centres across the country, officials said. PM Modi in a Tweet, said, “Compassionate gestures by the Tata Group. Together, the Indians will fight COVID-19.”

 

There is increasing demand for medical oxygen amid the rising Covid-19 cases in the country, the Tata Group has announced that it will import 24 cryogenic containers to transport liquid oxygen via special chartered flights. The Tata group is importing 24 cryogenic containers to transport liquid oxygen and help ease the oxygen shortage in the country,” Tata Group said in a tweet.

 

Given the oxygen crisis, we are putting in all our efforts to support India’s healthcare infrastructure,” it said. Separately, subsidiaries like Tata Steel are also diverting oxygen to States to help with the rising demand.

 

“Medical oxygen is critical to the treatment of #COVID19 patients. Responding to the National urgency, we’re supplying 200-300 tons of Liquid Medical Oxygen daily to various State governments & hospitals,” Tata Steel had said in a tweet on Tuesday.

 

Tata Trusts and Tata Sons last year had donated ₹1,500 crore towards various relief funds for Covid-19 to provide protective equipment to medical personnel, testing kits, treatment facilities, etc.

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