The first batch of emergency medical supplies, including oxygen cylinders sent by the United States, have arrived in India to deal with the horrors of the novel coronavirus. The US embassy in India said in a tweet.
The US relief flight, which departed from Travis Air Force Base in California on April 27, arrived at Delhi International Airport in India on Friday morning. It has more than four hundred oxygen cylinders and 1 million Corona detection kits. There are also emergency equipment for corona treatment at the hospital.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) also sent 100,000 N-95 masks for Covid front-line fighters on the flight.
The U.S. embassy in India said in a tweet that it had delivered emergency medical aid to the Indian government. The embassy says the United States is determined to further strengthen its 70-year relationship with India.
US President Joe Biden has assured India of all possible help in the Corona War. The United States is sending Covid-19 counterfeit equipment worth about 100 million USD.