The second wave of the novel Corona Virus has hit India very badly. People of the county have been losing their lives. The medical staff also have been facing shortages of hospital beds, oxygen cylinders, ventilators, and other medical needs, which are an immediate need to fight this deadly virus.
Cricketers like Pat Cummins and Brett Lee have donated a hefty amount to India’s COVID relief funds, and the IPL franchise, Delhi Capitals, and Rajasthan Royals did the same in the last few days.
Now it’s the West Indian batsman Nicholas Pooran, who has decided to donate a portion of his salary for India’s fight against COVID. The Australian Media Association has also come forward to do a noble cause.
Nicholas Pooran plays for the Punjab Kings franchise in this ongoing IPL 2021 season. The PBKS batter announced his donation through Twitter. He said that many countries had been affected because of this pandemic situation. But India is severely affected, and he would do this financial assistance which might bring things under control.
The PBKS – Punjab Kings franchise also pledged to donate funds for providing oxygen-concentrated cylinders for India’s fight against COVID 19. They asked everyone to contribute in every possible way to win this battle against COVID 19 virus.
The Australian Media Association too came forward to help India to fight this battle. The Media took the Twitter channel to announce that they will contribute $4200 for India to fight with Corona Virus.
The journalist of the Australian Media Association has said that they have a special affection for India and its people, so they donate this amount in their fight against COVID. The conditions in India deeply saddens them. They also urged people to support in the best possible way.
Sachin Tendulkar has also tweeted that the second wave of the COVID 19 virus has been devastating the country. It has put immense pressure on our health care system. Oxygen is the biggest need of today’s hour as the COVID patients struggle to survive without it.
Sachin said about the Mission Oxygen, which 250 plus entrepreneurs of India have launched. He donated his share to this mission, which aims to supply oxygen in hospitals across India. He urged everyone to donate to this mission and stand by those fighting against this world pandemic.