As India is badly facing the second wave of coronavirus then in this situation many of the countries have come forward to help the nation in this surge. Emirates the national carrier of Dubai said on sunday that it will not charge NGO's anything for transporting their covid relief material on its flights from Dubai to India.

India is facing the worst phase of second wave of covid-19 and hospitals in many states have are facing the lack of health worker, vaccine, oxygen and medicines.

Emirates said in statement, "Emirates will offer cargo capacity free of charge on an 'as available' basis on all of its flights to nine cities in India, to help international NGOs rapidly deliver relief supplies, where it is needed"

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Emirates’ Chairman and Chief Executive said, Emirates has a lot of experience in humanitarian relief efforts, and with 95 weekly flights to nine destinations in India, we will be offering regular and reliable widebody capacity for relief materials.

India counts 4,03,738 fresh COVID-19 cases in last 24 hrs, which pushed the total to 2,22,96,414, as per the Union health ministry data updated on Sunday. The death toll reached to 2,42,362 with 4,092 deaths in last 24 hrs.


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