IPL 2021: MS Dhoni’s CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to Tamil Nadu government

IPL 2021: MS Dhoni's CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to Tamil Nadu government
IPL 2021: MS Dhoni's CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to Tamil Nadu government

IPL 2021: CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to TN government- Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd (CSKCL) has extended support to the people of Tamil Nadu in the fight against the surging COVID-19 second wave by arranging the delivery of 450 Oxygen concentrators in the state.

The Super Kings have been spreading awareness through the “Mask Podu” (Wear Mask) campaign and regular distribution of relevant information through their social media platforms during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 season which was postponed earlier this week.

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IPL 2021: CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to TN government- Bhoomika Trust, an NGO involved in Covid-relief operations, helped CSKCL in arranging for the supply of the Oxygen concentrators and will also coordinate in the distribution, the franchise said in a media release.

The first consignment of oxygen concentrators will be used for the benefit of Covid patients being treated in Government hospitals and the Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC)-run Covid care centres.

IPL 2021: CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to TN government- “The people of Chennai and Tamil Nadu form the very heartbeat of the Super Kings and we want them to know that we are all together in this fight against the pandemic,” CSK CEO KS Viswanathan said.

Virat Kohli & Anushka Sharma raise Rs 3.80 crore for COVID-19 relief in 24 hours of launching campaign

After launching a campaign to raise funds for COVID-19 relief, India cricket captain Virat Kohli and his wife, actress, Anushka Sharma have raised Rs 3.80 crore in just 24 hours through crowdfunding on Ketto. T

he couple had donated Rs 2 crore in the fight against India’s COVID-19 crisis. The target of the fundraiser was Rs 7 crore and it has already crossed the halfway mark. The raised funds will go to ACT Grants which will help in procuring medical supplies and oxygen concentrators.

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