The country’s well-known automobile manufacturer Mahindra has decided to make ventilators to fight the coronavirus epidemic in collaboration with the Indian government, teams from Igatpuri and Mumbai plants of Mahindra also prototype the first ventilator within 48 hours to fight the epidemic. Has prepared. After making the prototype, the company has also started testing its ventilator, which is currently in the final stages. Managing Director of Mahindra & Mahindra, Dr. Pawan’s Goenka has also shared a video on Twitter praising the ventilator’s efforts being made by his team.
In the video shared by Dr. Pawan, a ventilator can be seen, which is still packing. Along with this, the company is also looking for a name for ventilator. Please tell, coronavirus has spread across the country, due to this about 32 people have lost their lives. It is very important to keep away the patient suffering from this virus. In which the patient has trouble breathing, keeping this in mind, the patient is placed on a ventilator.
Several other large companies of the country have also contributed to fight this epidemic, with Hero Group making masks, sanitizers and ventilators with Rs 1 crore, promising to feed around 10,000 people every day. While Maruti will also manufacture ventilators in collaboration with AgVa Healthcare, the company aims to produce 10,000 ventilators every month.
Mahindra’s in-house effort for affordable respiratory device is near fruition. Video shows a working model. Packaging yet to be done. Testing started. Looking for ideas on what to call it? Will go fo approvals soon@PMOIndiaIn the same way, there are many more.@drharshvardhanIn the same way, there are many more.@MahindraRiseIn the same way, there are many more. pic.twitter.com/Z2T5fsyDCb
– Pawan K Goenka (@GoenkaPk) March 30, 2020
Apart from this, Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata has announced Rs 500 crore through Tata Trusts and an additional Rs 1000 crore in this battle against Corona virus. At the same time, Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra has announced to donate his entire salary for relief work in this epidemic.