Also supplied were 3,000 oximeters and 2,500 thermal scanners.
Under the ‘Operation Sanjeevani’ effort, the Association of Haryanvis in Australia (AHA) has Geeta donated 110 oxygen concentrators (OC), 3,000 pulse oximeters, and 2,500 thermal scanners to Haryana and the National Capital Region.
These medical items were supplied to India in two waves, according to a government official. On May 13, the PGIMS-Rohtak received the first shipment of ten oxygen concentrators, while the Haryana Government and GIEO Sansthan received 1,000 oximeters.
On the same day, May 16, 100 oxygen concentrators, 2,000 oximeters, and 2,500 thermal scanners were delivered.
Haryanvi’s residing in Australia had given for the lifesaving equipment, according to AHA Trustee Ashok Kundu.
Medical equipment is being provided to health facilities in Haryana and the National Capital Region through government-appointed nodal officers, according to Seva Singh, who has been a member of the association in Sydney.