Mission Oxygen: Air Force took over again in the midst of Corona crisis to supply oxygen

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Air Force took over again in the midst of Corona crisis to supply oxygen

Mission Oxygen: Air Force took over again in the midst of Corona crisis to supply oxygen- In the midst of the ongoing oxygen crisis in many parts of the country, the Indian Air Force has now taken the front. Air Force aircraft are transporting oxygen containers to different parts, so that the situation can be handled with speed in the supply mission.
Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in India and with new cases increasing rapidly, the death toll is also increasing. According to the Worldometer, all the records of Covid-19 (Covid-19) across the country were broken in the last 24 hours. During the last 24 hours, 3 lakh 32 thousand 503 people were infected with Coronavirus while 2256 died. The Indian Air Force has come forward to help the government and the people of the country to take the country out of this hour of crisis.

Airforce Mission Oxygen

In the midst of the ongoing oxygen crisis in many parts of the country, the Indian Air Force has now taken the front. Air Force aircraft is transporting oxygen containers to different parts, so as to speed up the supply mission, the situation can be handled. In this connection, the Air Force’s C-17 and IL-76 aircraft have started their oxygen service across the country. During this time, large oxygen tankers are being airlifted at stations across the country, so that the delivery of oxygen can be expedited.
Supply will be restored across the country

Have held a meeting regarding the availability of oxygen

Let us know that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a review meeting of oxygen supply across the country on Thursday. During this time methods and means to increase the availability of oxygen were discussed.

The latest statement from the Indian Air Force states that large oxygen tankers have started airlifting at large stations across the country to speed up the delivery of essential oxygen. As part of the operation, the IAF’s C-17 and IL-76 aircraft airlifted two empty cryogenic oxygen containers and a IL-76 aircraft airlifted an empty container as part of the operation, the Army said. Airlifted at K Panagar.