As the global fight against the COVID-19 is about to see the brightness, the epidemic is not optimistic in India. Tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, two hundred thousand, up to three hundred thousand, every report, every number aroused the concern of hundreds of millions of people. What’s the most worrying, it’s the treatment of millions of patients behind this figure. India is facing the collapse of the medical system and a serious shortage of medical supplies. The shortage of oxygen is the top priority for India to solve.
With such a large number of patients with COVID-19, the existing oxygen generators and ventilators in India are far from being able to meet the needs of patients. Tech-Long has been paying close attention to the global epidemic situation, especially the life safety of overseas employees and partners. In order to alleviate the lack of oxygen, Tech-Long’s Indian subsidiary immediately decided to purchase oxygen generators to be shipped to India. This is a new international anti-epidemic rescue operation initiated by us following the global medical mask donation operation last year. Tech-Long’s Indian subsidiary, together with Indian customers Dailee fresh and Podaran, donated in batches to 10 local hospitals in India through Indian charity organizations and a seed fund controlled by Podaran Group, a total of 40 Vietshen YSOCS-5G 5L medical oxygen generators.
At present, all the donated oxygen generators have been put into the treatment of patients with COVID-19. It has alleviated the urgent need for medical oxygen shortage in India and brought hope to the patients waiting for treatment.
In this severe struggle against the COVID-19, China has set a model for the world’s epidemic prevention. We are well aware of the rapid spread of the epidemic, the wide range of infections, and the difficulty of prevention and control. Tech-Long is willing to do our best to work hand in hand with the Indian people to overcome the difficulties together. This is a war without gunpowder smoke, but it is indeed a fight against the epidemic in warmth.