Baramulla (Jammu and Kashmir), Oct 05 (ANI):Indian Army in coordination with Centre for Health Research and Innovation (CHRI), a non-profit organization based with support from National Stock Exchange Fund (NSEF) donated 50 Oxygen Concentrators costing approximately 50 Lakhs to the health officials of Rafiabad in Baramulla district of North Kashmir. These Oxygen Concentrators will have the capacity to deliver oxygen to patients at maximum speed of 10 liters per minute. Local residents lauded this step taken by the Indian Army as amid the COVID-19 during the winter season, local had faced many problems due to shortage of Oxygen concentrators.
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