Sachin Tendulkar extends help in Corona crisis, Kovid patients benefit

The second wave of corona in India has hurt. More than 3 lakh cases are reported daily in the country. Thousands are losing their lives due to lack of oxygen in hospitals in Delhi, the country’s capital. The same is true of other states in the country. Seeing the deteriorating conditions from Corona, India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar has come forward to help. Tendulkar has donated money for the supply of oxygen, which he has posted on his social media account.

Sachin posted on Twitter, “Kovid’s second wave has put a lot of pressure on our healthcare system. A major need at this time is to provide oxygen for serious patients with Kovid. It is heartwarming to see people coming forward for help. A group of more than 250 young entrepreneurs has begun to raise money to import Mission Oxygen, an oxygen contractor, and donate it to hospitals across the country. I have helped this noble cause and I hope that their efforts will soon reach many hospitals. Your support was very valuable when I was playing and it helped me to be successful. Today, we must all stand behind all those who strive to fight this epidemic. ‘

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It is worth noting that Corona had hit Sachin himself a while back, and then had to be hospitalized. Apart from Sachin, Australian cricketer Pat Cummins and former fast bowler Brett Lee also supplied oxygen. Rajasthan Royals donated Rs 7.5 crore and Delhi Capitals donated Rs 1.5 crore and announced their help during this difficult time.

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