982 Oxygen Concentrators provided by World Bank arrived in Kathmandu

982 Oxygen Concentrators provided by World Bank arrived in Kathmandu

982 oxygen concentrators received from the World Bank have arrived in Nepal. The 10-liter oxygen concentrator arrived in Kathmandu on Saturday.

The World Bank believes that this will help in the treatment of coronary epidemics and improve the health condition.

Minister for Health and Population Sher Bahadur Tamang said that these oxygen concentrators could be brought to Nepal soon and would be delivered to all the provinces as needed.

Along with the oxygen concentrator, the World Bank has also provided assistance for seven oxygen production plants. The World Bank has stated that these platters will be brought to Nepal within 6 to 15 weeks and will be installed in all the provinces.


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