50,000 Built in India ventilators beneath PM CARES Fund to combat COVID-19

PM CARES Fund Trust has allotted Rs. 2000 crore for source of 50000 ‘Made-in-India’ ventilators to governing administration-operate COVID hospitals in all States/UTs. More, a sum of Rs. 1000 crore has been allotted for the welfare of migrant labourers.

Out of the 50000 ventilators, 30000 ventilators are remaining created by M/s Bharat Electronics Constrained. The remaining 20000 ventilators are getting manufactured by AgVa Health care (10000), AMTZ Standard (5650), AMTZ Substantial Close (4000) and Allied Healthcare (350).

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2923 ventilators manufactured, 1340 ventilators delivered 

So much 2923 ventilators have been made, out of which 1340 ventilators have presently been shipped to the States/UTs. The well known recipients include Maharashtra (275), Delhi (275), Gujarat (175), Bihar (100), Karnataka (90), Rajasthan (75). By the close of June 2020, extra 14,000 ventilators will be sent to all States/UTs.

Further a sum of Rs. 1000 crore has presently been introduced to States/UTs for the welfare of the migrant labourers. The distribution of the fund is based mostly on the formula of 50% weightage for the inhabitants as for every 2011 census, 40% weightage for the range of good COVID-19 circumstances and 10 % for equivalent distribution among the all the States/UTs.

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Non-invasive air flow uses facial area masks, nasal masks or mouthpieces[Stephane Mahe/Reuters]

This aid is to be utilized for arranging lodging, foods, medical procedure and transportation of the migrants.

The most important recipients of the grant are Maharashtra (181 cr), Uttar Pradesh (103 cr), Tamil Nadu (83 cr), Gujarat (66 cr), Delhi (55 cr), West Bengal (53 cr), Bihar (51 cr), Madhya Pradesh (50 cr), Rajasthan (50 cr) and Karnataka (34 cr).

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