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Robert Vadra Donates PPE Kits to Delhi Hospitals

New Delhi|  Businessman Robert Vadra has donated 60-80 PPE kits to hospitals in Delhi for the people who are coming in direct contact with COVID-19 patients.

The businessman has shared a video regarding this with a message that he will do everything that he can reach. He is also sending different kinds of safety masks for the medical teams.

Few days ago, he donated 60 PPE kits to GB Pant Hospital.

He has also extended more help in providing masks and suits which are needed to curb corona virus.

A lot has been said about the lack of PPE kits in the country for the medical fraternity due to which the medics have been struggling in the fight against the virus and about 50 of the frontline corona warriors have already been infected, due to lack of PPE kits in the national capital. This act comes as a big help to the corona warriors in Delhi.

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