Vedanta will help 150 crores in the ongoing fight against Kovid-19

Anil Agarwal, its president, has raised Rs 150 crore to help India in the fight against the second wave of Kovid-19. This amount is different from the Rs 201 crore expenditure incurred by Vedanta Group in 2020, the company said in a statement.

Anil Agarwal has raised Rs 150 crore to fight the ongoing wave of corona’s second wave. The company said it will build an additional 1,000 intensively monitored beds in 10 cities to support the center and the state during this challenging time. These beds will be made available to “open hospitals with modern facilities.” Such hospitals are associated with reputable and reputable hospitals.

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Each such facility has 100 air-conditioned beds where there is a full power facility and will be made into a specially cavid-care facility. The additional beds will be developed in Rajasthan, Odisha, Jharkhand, Goa and the National Capital Territory of Delhi. The first such facility will be set up in two weeks and the remaining medical facilities will be ready in a month. Vedanta will continue to support such a facility for at least six months.

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