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23/06/2021 12:13pm

Companies from Czech Republic donate ventilators & consumables to Karnataka govt

image Companies from Czech Republic donate ventilators & consumables to Karnataka govt

New Delhi, Jun 23 (KNN) A group of companies from Czech Republic donated 70 units of advanced ventilators and consumables worth Rupees 5 crore to Karnataka government during the peak second wave of pandemic.

The first batch of 46 ventilators are handed over to Health Minister Dr Sudhakar in the month of May to our state when the pandemic was in its peak and are being installed at hospitals such as HAL, DRDO, Dr B R Ambedkar College, Indian Railways and many state-owned hospitals across the state is highly commendable.

The ventilators are well accepted by hospitals and a great aid in time for this situation.

The second batch of 24 ventilators and consumables was officially handed over to our Chief Minister on June 19th, 2021 by Pushpak Prakash, Honorary consul of the Czech Republic in Bengaluru.

Speaking after handing over the ventilators, Pushpak Prakash said that the entire cost of the ventilators, their transportation cost and other requirements are being borne by the group of companies from the Czech Republic associated with Pushpak Products India Pvt Ltd and Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Bengaluru.

''India and the Czech Republic share great bonding and hope for a better situation and completely out of the pandemic in the coming few months,'' he added.

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