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COVID-19: Mumbai man sells SUV to provide oxygen cylinders to the patients for free

Shahnawaz Shaikh, a mumbai resident, sold his SUV car to provide free oxygen cylinders to covid-19 patients helping around 250 families. Shaikh was driving around the same car as a makeshift ambulance before he decided to give it away for oxygen cylinders. ÔÇ£A friend of mine helped me contact a manufacturer for the oxygen cylinders. I told them I wanted to give them away for free," said Shaikh.

Wed, 24 Jun 2020 - 08:00 PM / by Masumi Shah

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