New Zealand will give 1 million New Zealand dollars to the Red Cross to help India. This announcement of help comes at a time when the highest number of cases of corona virus infection in India were reported in one day, with 3,293 deaths due to infection.
Melbourne / Wellington. New zealand COVID-19 To help India struggling with increasing cases of Red Cross Will give approximately US $ 7,20,365. Foreign Minister Nanaiah Mahuta announced this on Wednesday. This announcement of help comes at a time when the highest number of cases of corona virus infection in India were reported in one day, with 3,293 deaths due to infection. “We are with India in these difficult times and appreciate the efforts of the health workers and advance personnel working continuously to save lives,” said Mahuta.
The New Zealand Herald quoted Mahuta as saying, “The island nation will contribute one million New Zealand dollars to the International Red Cross Federation to help India struggling with the second wave of Kovid-19”. International Red Cross Union (IFRC) Oxygen Directly working with the local Indian Red Cross Society in supplying cylinders, oxygen concentrators and other essential medical supplies. Mahuta said, “We are constantly monitoring the situation and are ready to help the Indian government.” We have our condolences to the families and their friends of those who died of the dreaded virus infection.
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