Realme has announced another contribution in a bid to help India fight the second wave of COVID-19. The company’s India CEO Madhav Sheth has pledged to donate to Zomato’s ‘India Needs Oxygen’ Initiative. It will donate oxygen concentrators to help 350 COVID patients on a daily basis. This is the third such announcement made by the number four smartphone brand in India. Prior to this, Realme had announced that it would donate over one lakh masks via its offline stores. It later announced to donate oxygen concentrators with Hemkunt foundation. Let’s take a look at more details on Realme’s latest donation to fight COVID-19 in India.
Realme pledges to donate 350 oxygen concentrators daily to Zomato’s Feeding India initiative
Realme has announced its third donation to fight COVID-19 in India. It has pledged to donate 350 oxygen concentrators under Zomato’s ‘India Needs Oxygen’ Initiative.
Realme’s India CEO Madhav Sheth made the announcement on Twitter. The company said that it has donated to Zomato’s ‘India Needs Oxygen’ Initiative. It will provide for the distribution of oxygen concentrators and related supplies to 350 patients daily. Prior to this, the company pledged to donate oxygen amounting to 3000 litres to Hemkunt Foundation. It had also announced that it will distribute over 1 lakh masks via its offline stores.
In addition to previously announced relief efforts, #realme has donated to the #IndiaNeedsOxygen initiative by @zomato @FeedingIndia to provide oxygen concentrators that can help 350 patients daily. pic.twitter.com/FoqXJO5pA8
— Madhav108MP (@MadhavSheth1) May 5, 2021
Other smartphone brands like Xiaomi, Samsung, Apple, etc. have also made donations. Samsung promised to donate a sum of $5 million, which is roughly Rs 37 crore. The donation will also include LDS syringes that minimise the amount of drug left in the device after injection.
Xiaomi has pledged to donate oxygen concentrators worth Rs 3 crore. Vivo India also announced that it would provide aid worth 10 crores to support COVID-19 relief efforts in India. Apple CEO Tim Cook, last month, announced that the company will offer help to India with donations and relief efforts. Cook shared a post on his official Twitter handle announcing that the company will provide help to its Apple family and everyone who is fighting this devastating COVID-19 surge.
We urge our readers to make donations if possible. Also, please stay safe while you stay at home. If you have to go out, double-mask yourself and help India break the chain.
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