Realme India Donates 100,000 Masks and 3000 Litres of Oxygen To Fight Covid Second Wave

As India continues to suffer the COVID-19 second wave, several other companies are coming forward and providing medical aid.

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Realme has announced its second contribution to India after the country has been hit by a second COVID-19 wave. The company announced that it will donate 3000 litres of oxygen to Hemkunt Foundation. The Gurugram-based organisation has been helping the affected with free oxygen and other medical aids. Realme announced that it will also donate masks via its offline stores. The company plans to distribute over lakh masks in areas where its stores are currently functioning. Several other companies like Vivo, Xiaomi, Apple, etc., have pledged to donate and help India get through the second wave of COVID-19. Let’s take a look at Realme’s second donation for India during the COVID-19 second wave.

Realme pledges to donate 3,000 litres of oxygen and over a lakh masks

Realme has pledged to donate oxygen amount to 3000 litres to Hemkunt Foundation. This is in addition to the company’s previous donation of lakh masks.

Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth made the announcement on Twitter. “In such challenging times, we all must do our bit. Let’s unite and support each other in these tough times. In addition to the distribution of 100,000 masks, realme will donate to @Hemkunt_Fdn to provide over 3000 litres of Oxygen,” the post read.

The company had previously announced that it will distribute over 1 lakh masks via its offline stores. 

As India continues to suffer the COVID-19 second wave, several other companies are coming forward and providing medical aid. Xiaomi announced that it will buy over 1,000 oxygen concentrators worth Rs 3 crore. It will donate these concentrators to states that have been worst hit by the pandemic. These include Maharashtra, Delhi, Karnataka, etc. Vivo India also announced that it will donate Rs 2 crore to help India tackle the COVID-19 second wave. 

Apple CEO Tim Cook has also 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.

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