Indian-Americans extend support for Corona in India, Biden administration also ready to help

Indian-Americans extend support for Corona in India

Indian-Americans extend support for Corona in India, Biden administration also ready to help Indian-Americans have extended a helping hand in the midst of the ongoing Corona crisis in India. On one hand, IT businessman Vinod Khosla has said that he is ready to send financial assistance to the Indian hospitals struggling with oxygen deficiency. On the other hand, Indian-American MP Raja Krishnamurthy has also urged the Biden administration to send the AstraZeneca Kovid-19 vaccine to India.

Actually, America has bought the AstraZeneca vaccine but its use has not been approved there yet. At the same time, it is being used in India. In such a situation, King Krishnamurthy has said that America should send this vaccine to India. The US Chamber of Commerce has made the same demand.

Let me tell you that Khosla is the first person from the Indian-American community to extend a helping hand. He tweeted, ‘I am willing to provide financial assistance to hospitals in India that need to import large amounts of oxygen. Hospital / NGO please contact. ‘

Khosla also supported AstraZeneca’s demand to have the vaccine sent to India. He tweeted, tagging President Joe Biden, ‘AstraZeneca’s vaccine will hardly be approved for use in the US right now. The US should approve the export of these dosages. Moderna and Pfizer-Biotech vaccine is enough in America.

Biden administration also extends a hand

The US administration has also expressed its intention to assist India in this hour of crisis. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said, “The United States is deeply concerned by Corona’s havoc in India.” We are working day and night to help India in the war against this epidemic. ‘

If you are planning to travel abroad, then this news can be useful for you. Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Saturday announced the suspension of all commercial flights from India. It said that this order of suspension will come into force from April 24 and will remain in effect until further notice. The decision has been taken after Kuwait’s health officials evaluated Corona’s global situation. Apart from this, in view of the spread of Corona epidemic in India, the US, Canada and Britain have also advised their citizens not to travel.

Cargo flights will continue to operate from India

Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation said in a statement that passengers arriving from India, whether coming directly or from any other country, would not be allowed to enter Kuwait. However, if they are not staying in India for 14 days, they will be allowed to come. The directorate also said that cargo flights from India will continue to operate. Let us tell that in view of the increase in Corona cases, many countries have suspended the operation of passenger flights from India or announced travel restrictions.