Nokia is contributing to pandemic response efforts in India23. 05. 2021 Sunday / By: Robert Denes / Generic / Exact time: BST / Print this page
Telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson and Nokia are contributing to the fight against COVID-19 in India, including by facilitating the procurement of medical equipment. Surely many of you have heard that a new Covid-19 mutant has struck its head in India, spreading terribly fast and claiming a lot of hearing victims.
The biggest problems are caused by the lack of respiratory equipment, doctors, medical equipment, hospitals and crematoria and the resulting problems that put the population at risk of further infections such as cholera, typhus .... etc.
Companies such as telecom equipment maker Ericsson and Nokia are contributing to the fight against COVID-19 in India, including by facilitating the procurement of medical equipment. Ericsson said it had made a preliminary donation to UNICEF, which is supporting the fight against the epidemic in 35 countries, including India.
The company said in a statement that it will also encourage users to make donations to UNICEF by 31 May 2021, and at the end of that period, Ericsson will match all employee donations.
Following the contact, a spokesman for Nokia India said the company is supporting medical facilities to hospitals and temporary COVID-19 institutions.
“With this money, UNICEF will address the immediate need for medical equipment in India,” an Ericsson India spokesman said.Apart from that, Ercisson India will continue to support initiatives such as collecting COVID test samples for testing at designated government laboratories in Chennai and Pune, and donating personal protective equipment to hospitals and hygiene workers, which the company began last year, he said. the spokesman.
“Nokia has supported various hospitals in several locations to increase capacity with temporary Covid facilities, intensive care unit beds, oxygen plants, a ventilator and other critical medical equipment,” the spokesman said.
Telecommunications company Huawei India has announced plans to promote 400 oxygen concentrators, 400 non-contact remote critical parameter monitoring devices, 25 HFNC CPAP oxygen therapy systems and other 5 million worth of medical care for public hospitals, temporary hospitals and other COVID-19 facilities.Via Link