Indian aircraft lands in Dubai to transport oxygen containers: Report
Hospitals in several Indian states are reeling under shortage of medical oxygen and beds.
A heavy-lift transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force was on Monday sent to Dubai to airlift seven empty cryogenic oxygen containers, officials said.
They said the C-17 aircraft has already landed in Dubai.
"After loading, the aircraft will get airborne for Panagarh in West Bengal and is likely to arrive there at 5:30 pm," said an official.
India is struggling with a second wave of coronavirus infections and hospitals in several states are reeling under shortage of medical oxygen and beds in view of rising Covid-19 cases.
The country recorded over three lakh coronavirus cases for the fifth day in a row today.
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