MAY 1 2021 INDIA’S CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IS SEVERE, OXYGEN AND OTHER MEDICAL RESOURCES INTO A SERIOUS SHORTAGE. India’s navy said on April 30 that it had sent four warships to other countries to bring back oxygen to support India’s pandemic prevention efforts.
New Delhi TV, the Times of India reported that the Indian Navy’s operation was named “Sea Bridge II”, there are currently four warships on a mission to transport oxygen abroad. Among them, the destroyer Kolkata and the frigate Tawar have arrived at the port of Manama, Bahrain, and will deliver 40 tons of liquid oxygen to Mumbai. The amphibious transport ship Jarashwa is heading to Bangkok, Thailand, while the attack ship Irawat is heading to Singapore for a similar mission.
Indian media say India’s second outbreak has brought the country’s health care system to its knees, with resources, including oxygen, stretched as the number of patients soars. It is understood that the Navy’s mission to bring back oxygen, will be provided to india is driving in many places “oxygen express.”
The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in India rose to 19164,969, according to the latest figures released Monday by india’s Ministry of Health. In the past 24 hours, India has seen a new record of 401,993 new confirmed cases, with 3,523 new deaths and a cumulative total of 211,853 deaths.