Digital payments and financial services company Paytm said on Wednesday that it has placed an order for 21,000 oxygen concentrators, which will be made available in the country from the first week of May.
New Delhi. Digital payments and financial services company Paytm said on Wednesday that it has placed an order for 21,000 oxygen concentrators, which will be made available in the country from the first week of May. A Paytm spokesperson said on Wednesday that the company has raised Rs five crore from the public, and has placed orders to purchase a total of Rs 10 crore worth of oxygen concentrators from the public. The oxygen concentrator filters oxygen from the air and helps patients with low oxygen levels.
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“Paytm Foundation has ordered an import of 21,000 oxygen concentrators for immediate relief,” a company spokesperson told PTI. Our founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma is leading a dedicated team with medical expertise for the Kovid relief campaign. “The spokesperson said these devices would immediately be sent to government hospitals, Kovid care centers, private hospitals, nursing homes and resident welfare associations. . The Paytm Foundation is supporting other start-up units, organizations and entrepreneurs to get oxygen concentrators from the International Marketplace Market.
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This will help reduce the time required for logistics requirements and ensure that hospitals and other covid care centers get the necessary equipment quickly. “The Paytm Foundation has already placed an order for importing 21000 oxygen concentrators to provide immediate relief,” the spokesperson said. Our founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma is leading a dedicated team with medical experts to expedite measures being taken across the country for relief from Kovid.
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