Amazon assists dealers with getting oxygen concentrators for Indian customers
Online business significant Amazon is working with merchants on its commercial center in India to assist them with getting 9,000 oxygen concentrators for customers in the country. The primary bunch of 1,000 oxygen concentrators have effectively arrived in India, and are currently accessible for buy for purchasers and business clients.
The rest are required to come through in the second half of the month. Dealers on Amazon will currently be offering oxygen concentrators alongside other veritable and top-notch items like oximeters, thermometers, covers, gloves, sanitizers, and sanitizers for clients across India, Amazon India said in a blog post.
"To address the developing customer interest and lack of basic clinical equipment, Amazon India is working with vendors on its commercial center to assist them with achieving 9,000 oxygen concentrators for customers in India," it said. Amazon's worldwide obtainment groups are helping intrigued vendors from India interface with worldwide providers to empower them to secure oxygen concentrators while working on store network intricacies and working with the general cycle, it noted.
" We have seen up to a 70x expansion in search volume for oxygen concentrators and we are working together with our merchants to increase the stock of basic medical equipment including oxygen concentrators for our clients. Our focus is to enable easy and convenient access to genuine, high-quality products for our customers in their time of need," Amazon India Vice President Manish Tiwary said.
India is enlisting a high number of COVID cases day by day that has squeezed the medical services foundation of the country.
The huge rise in diseases in the second wave of the pandemic has prompted emergency clinics in a few states to reel under a lack of clinical oxygen and beds and people went to social media to acquire oxygen cylinders, beds, plasma contributors, and different resources.
Earlier, Amazon had declared bringing in and giving 100 ventilator units, and that it is acquiring more than 10,000 oxygen concentrators and BiPAP machines to India in a joint effort with different partners. The medical equipment will be given to medical clinics and hospitals to increase their ability to help COVID-19 patients across various cities.