Actor-cum-philanthropist Sonu Sood has pledged to install 18 oxygen plants across India, starting from Andhra Pradesh's Kurnool and Nellore, and Karnataka's Mangalore. The plants will be installed in hospitals giving free treatment to poor people in Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Telangana, Rajasthan, UP, Bihar, MP, and Uttarakhand among others. "My team and I thought about what we should do to eradicate this oxygen problem from its roots," said Sonu.… read-more
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The Karnataka government has mandated the installation of Pressure Swing Absorption oxygen plants for all private hospitals and nursing homes. The government circular read that hospitals having over 100 beds should be capable to produce two-times oxygen quantity that required. Chief Urologist at Regal Hospital Dr Suriraju stated, "We expect the government to support hospitals", as the installation is likely to cost hospitals Rs 70-80 lakh.… read-more
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Actor Sonu Sood has announced to install oxygen plants at government hospitals in Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool and Nellore district in June. Sonu announced the news after he received the ordered consignment from France and other nations. Stressing more on COVID affected rural areas, the philanthropist actor assured to set up more such plants in worst hit areas. Kurnool collector S. Ramsundar Reddy thanked Sood for his humanitarian gesture.
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Actor Sonu Sood, in another philanthropic step, announced his plan to install four oxygen plants in India to tackle the oxygen scarcity in the most vulnerable states. Reportedly, the order for the first plant is already placed with France, and it is estimated to arrive in 10-12 days. Sonu said, "These oxygen plants will not only supply to entire hospitals but will also get these oxygen cylinders filled up."
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