Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of America’s top 40 companies have united to form a global workforce to help India in the fight against Covid-19. Deloitte CEO Puneet Ranjan said the task force, a collective initiative of the US Chambers of Commerce’s US-India Business Council and the US-India Strategic and Partnership Forum and Business Roundtable, has 20,000 oxygen machines in India over the next few weeks in a meeting here on Monday Committed to sending.
This global workforce on epidemics will provide vital medical supplies, vaccines, oxygen, and other life-saving support to India. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed the first global task force of its kind to deal with the public health crisis in a country.
Blinken tweeted that this conversation shows how the US and India can leverage their expertise and capabilities to resolve India’s Covid-19 crisis. In response to a question, Ranjan said that many American companies came together over the weekend. We are focusing on all possible help. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that after successfully dealing with the first wave, we are very confident, our morale is high but this wave has shaken the country. Now our responsibility is to deal with it in some way. ”
He said that the most important are oxygen and its concentrators. He said that he would send 20,000 oxygen concentrators to India in the next few weeks. Ranjan said that the first 1,000 machines will reach this week and another 11,000 machines are expected to arrive by May 5. He said that the second issue is to send oxygen cylinders with a capacity of 10 liters and 45 liters.
The CEO of Deloitte welcomed talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Joe Biden and America’s decision to provide medical supplies to India immediately. He said that the two countries are natural allies. He said Deloitte’s nearly 2,000 employees in India are infected with the Coronavirus.