Indian American medical doctors elevate $5 million for Covid-19 aid

WASHINGTON: Indian American medical doctors raised $5 million for COVID-19 aid in India, in accordance with the AAPI.
The fund raised by the influential Indian American medical doctors was used to offer 2,300 oxygen concentrators, 100 ventilators and 100 high-flow nasal cannula machines to 45 hospitals in India, the Affiliation of physicians of Indian origin mentioned on Tuesday.
AAPI is the biggest ethnic medical organisation within the US representing the curiosity of greater than 100,000 physicians within the nation.
“The generosity of the members of AAPI and Indian group has been unprecedented,” AAPI President Dr. Anupama Gotimukula mentioned.
Amid stories that the third wave is more likely to hit India by the top of August, AAPI mentioned it was working with a number of companies and the Indian authorities to assist with care and provides to the remotest locations in India.
“AAPI will proceed to make use of the remaining funds in preparation of the approaching Covid third wave,” mentioned Dr. Anjana Samadder, AAPI vice-president.

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