Acer India donates oxygen concentrators for the COVID-19 in the country. The company is procuring oxygen concentrators for India at this time of need and the first batch of oxygen concentrators has arrived in the country for immediate distribution.

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Commenting about the contribution Mr Harish Kohli, President & MD, Acer India said, “While the doctors and hospitals are doing everything they can to save precious lives, the country also needs an immediate and coordinated response from every corporate to render whatever help they can. As a company that has been in India for over two decades, it is our responsibility to come to the need of the nation at a time like this. We hope the oxygen concentrators supplied by Acer will go in some way to help provide this life-saving treatment to critical COVID-19 patients.”

Also, Andrew Hou, President of Pan-Asia Pacific Regional Operations, Acer said, “COVID-19 is still spreading around the world, and India has faced severe medical supply shortages in this latest wave of the pandemic, As one the world’s top ICT companies, we are quickly mobilizing our resources across the world to help those in need in India, starting with oxygen concentrators for medical use.”

Acer India has also contributed oxygen cylinders to NGOs who run COVID-19 healthcare centres including all the expenses for continuous re-filling of the cylinders which has enabled them to save lives.

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