US President Joe Biden to Help India In the midst of the COVID-19 Crisis

US President Joe Biden to Help India In the midst of the COVID-19 Crisis

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, US President Joe Biden has stated that he is “determined” to assist India

On Monday, US President Joe Biden joined other world leaders in expressing support for India, which is dealing with a raging second wave of coronavirus. Hours after White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan confirmed that more supplies and money will be sent to India, “Just as India sent assistance to the United States when our hospitals were overwhelmed early in the pandemic, we are determined to support India in its time of need,” said President.

We are willing to assist India in its time of need, just as India assisted the United States when our hospitals were overburdened early in the pandemic. During an COVID-19 outbreak, US Vice President Kamala Harris also reported that the US is working closely with the Indian government to quickly deploy additional resources and supplies.

“We pray for the people of India, including its brave healthcare staff, as we provide assistance,” she said. Looking at the deteriorating COVID-19 condition in the country, the US along with several other countries have come forward to help India.

The US said it is working around the clock to deploy available resources and supplies, and that it has established sources of unique raw materials that are urgently needed for Indian manufacture of the Covishield vaccine and will be made available to India immediately.

“The United States has identified supplies of therapeutics, rapid diagnostic test kits, ventilators, and Personal Protective Equipment kit that will be made immediately available for India to help treat COVID-19 patients and protect front-line health workers,” the White House said in a statement following Jake Sullivan’s call with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval.

The United States is also looking at ways to generate oxygen. Joe Biden is also sending an expert team of public health advisors from the Centers for Disease Control and USAID to India to work closely with the US Embassy, India’s health ministries, and the Epidemic Intelligence Service. In this way all countries are showing symphathy for the India.

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