The Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) has extended its support to the people of Tamil Nadu in the fight against the second wave of the Corona epidemic. Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited (CSKCL) has arranged the delivery of 450 oxygen concentrators for the state. CSKCL Director R. Srinivasan on Saturday handed over oxygen concentrators to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin in the presence of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association President Roopa Gurunath. Bhumika Trust, an NGO involved in Kovid relief operations, helped CSKCL in arranging its supply and would also coordinate distribution. The first consignment of oxygen concentrators has arrived and the remainder is expected to arrive early next week.
CSK CEO KS Vishwanathan said in an official statement that the people of Chennai and Tamil Nadu are the heartbeats of superkings and we want them to know that we are all together in this fight against the epidemic. (GCC) operated Oxidas Concentrators for the benefit of Corona infected patients being treated at Covid Care Center.
CSK in the fight against Corona
Explain that oxygen concentrators are an alternative to liquid medical oxygen and are used both in hospitals and for home isolate patients. CSK is spreading awareness through the 'Wear Mask' campaign and its social media platforms. Since April, CSK players have been highlighting the importance of measures to avoid Kovid and urge the public to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Amid growing cases of the corona, the Tamil Nadu government on Saturday announced a full lockdown for two weeks from May 10 to control the spread of the disease.