India has to this point imported probably the most from China to combat the corona virus 'Kovid-19' and 220 tons extra medical provides will likely be introduced from there within the subsequent three days. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri mentioned today that between April 23 and April 25, 220 tons of medical provides will likely be imported from China in three days. In this, together with authorities airline Air India, the assistance of personal airline firm SpiceJet and cargo firm BlueDart may also be taken.
During the lockdown, a complete of 322 tonnes of medical provides have come from overseas from 18 April to 21 April. <! –
Of these, 303 tons of fabric have been imported from China and the remaining 19 tons from South Korea. Puri praised the federal government airline Air India, saying that the airways have to this point carried 300 tonnes of medical provides via the Aero Bridge arrange with China.
Apart from this, 551 tonnes of medical gear and different important items have been equipped to varied states via 330 flights below 'Lifeline Udaan'. During this time these flights have coated a distance of three,27,623 km. 'Lifeline Udaan' was launched on 26 March.