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Update posted by Sohindar M Singh On May 21, 2021

As this campaign ends today, this will be my last update. Almost 500 oxygen concentrators have been sent to India, and our colleagues there are continuing to work hard, to identify cities where the authorities are ready to accept beds and concentrators, ready to support with medical personnel and medicines, and to start admitting patients and helping them to overcome the virus. It is a long and arduous journey, and we wish them faith, stamina and strength. The 40 bed facility at Yamunanagar was formally inaugurated yesterday.

Meanwhile we at Bridges Singapore, standby ready to provide whatever help we can.

And a FINAL THANKYOU to all of you for your generosity, care and concern.

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Update posted by Sohindar M Singh On May 11, 2021

As we ship out oxygen concentrators to India, their quick deployment becomes extremely important to help save lives. A 50 bed facility has been set up in Panchkula, equipped with these oxygen concentrators. The Honourable Chief Minister of Haryana, Shri Gyan Chand Gupta inaugurated the facility yesterday as Haryana government took over and started operating with doctors, nurses and medication.

Another 30 bed facility is being set up in Karnal, fully equipped with Oxygen Concentrators for handing over to the Haryana government.

Discussions are ongoing also with other State organisations where Oxygen Concentrators can be immediately deployed and administered to patients under the supervision of qualified medical professionals. We will continue to update you regularly.

Meanwhile we are procuring about 300 more Oxygen Concentrators and need your contributions to continue coming in. Thanks for your amazing support.

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Dear Friends and Supporters, in addition to Delhi, Karnal and Panchkula, the Oxygen Concentrators are also being deployed in Yamunanagar, Panipat, Udhampur, Samba, Mandi, Kathua and other cities at the request of local authorities. In all these places, the local authorities provide medicines, doctors and nurses so that patients are given the best possible medical care for recovery. Your tremendous support has enabled us to supplement the support support required by working with the local authorities as one team in the best interests of the patients. This collection drive will stop in two days. As one last gesture, please reach out to your friends and colleagues for contributions. Thanks a million for being part of this humane effort.

Sohindar M Singh

Update posted by May 19

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Update posted by Sohindar M Singh On Apr 30, 2021

Fantastic response has been received for this humane venture. Over 17% collected the first day.

Please inform your friends to keep the funds coming. The more we receive, the more equipment we will send. Every cent will be spent on sending oxygen concentrators, buying from the factory, flying them to Delhi, clearing from the airport, and paying the taxes applicable.

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I am happy to confirm today that four Oxygen Concentrators have been delivered to the Sick Bay of IIT Delhi. Thank you for your strong support and do keep the funds coming.

Sohindar M Singh

Update posted by May 08

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I am happy to inform that our first consignment of 100 Oxygen Concentrators has been cleared from Delhi airport and delivered to the Covid-19 facility. The second shipment will be ready ex Hong Kong by end of this week. We have also separately couriered a consignment directly the IIT Delhi hospital. Do keep the funds coming as the manufacturer has to be paid promptly.

Sohindar M Singh

Update posted by May 05

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Thank you friends for your prompt support in helping to achieve 47% of the target. Meanwhile the costs ex-factory are also going up due to the urgent demand for this life saving equipment. Nevertheless, we shall persevere. The first consignment of 100 O2Concentrators has been sent. The second consignment is now being prepared. If enough funds come in, we hope to send a third shipment as well. Together, we can help to give comfort and save lives.

Sohindar M Singh

Update posted by May 03

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