Vedanta said on Thursday that its President Anil Agarwal promised to provide 1.5 billion rupees to help India fight the second deadliest wave of COVID-19. Vedanta said: “Anil Agarwal…has pledged to invest 1.5 billion rupees to help the country resist the rapid spread of the second wave of COVID-19.”
The company will establish 1,000 in 10 cities across the country. Intensive care bed. In order to support the center and staff during this difficult time, intensive care beds were placed in the ultra-modern “field hospital” connected to the well-known hospital. Each institution will have 100 beds. Air-conditioned tents with full electrical support are specially designed for COVID treatment. The intensive care unit will have 90 beds, equipped with an emergency oxygen support system, and the remaining wards will be equipped with artificial lung ventilators.
“I am deeply concerned about the impact of the second wave of COVID-19 and the loss of precious lives. The Vedanta Group has pleded to invest 1.5 billion rupees as part of our commitment to fight the pandemic. In this difficult period, we are firm. From the standpoint of employees and the government,” Agarwal said.
Rajasthan, Orissa, Jharkhand, Goa and Delhi-NCR are establishing more intensive care beds. The company plans to install and debug the first batch of equipment within two weeks, and the balance capability will be improved within two weeks. Vedanta assessed this support for at least six months. The company said it also worked closely with government agencies and local administrations to provide medical facilities and hospital care to those in need. Vedanta currently has about 700 COVID beds in its office, which will increase to 1,000 in the short term. At the same time, as part of the Vedanta Cares plan, iron ore companies Hindustan Zinc, ESL and Sesa Goa have stepped in to increase the supply of oxygen to COVID patients. Vedanta is a leading producer of metals, oil and natural gas.