SCSC and Cyberabad Police launched O2 Bank in collaboration with Breath India, EO and Alai NGOs
VC Sajjanar, IPS., Commissioner of Police & Chairman SCSC spoke on the occasion
Hyderabad: In a bid to help the needy patients in Hyderabad with Oxygen Concentrators at Home, SCSC(Society for Cyberabad Security Council) & Cyberabad Police have launched O2 Bank with 50 Oxygen Concentrators today at Cyberabad Police Commissionerate office in collaboration with Breathe India, EO & ALAI & other NGOs.
Speaking on the occasion, VC Sajjanar, IPS., Commissioner of Police & Chairman SCSC said, this facility will be accessible to all those needy patients who can’t afford to buy or rent an Oxygen Concentrator to maintain saturation levels prescribed by a doctor. The Facility will be made available at their homes.
Krishna Yedula, Secretary-General of SCSC says, recently we launched OxyCare Centre at Gachibowli with 50 Beds and Oxygen Concentrators. Since its launch last week, over 12 patients were admitted for post covid oxygenation purposes. There has been a demand for Oxygen Concentrators at Home and hence this facility is being launched to cater to that segment of demand.
Sarath Chowdary from the Breathe India team, speaking on the occasion said, Rotary Club launched the Breathe India initiative across the country to provide Oxygen Concentrators at patient’s homes.
Partnering with SCSC & Cyberabad Police is a proud feeling for us at EO, AP & ALAI Foundation, says Smitha, a pop singer who has been working on various Covid related initiatives and relief activities ever since the pandemic struck us last year.
VC Sajjanar appreciated the efforts of SCSC, Breathe India team, EO-AP & ALAI organizations for joining hands in the noble initiative and serving the needy and poor patients. He also thanked all the member companies of SCSC and other NGOs namely Neuland Laboratories, Cntl S, RoK, SBM, No Food Waste etc for coming forward and extending their support generously in our efforts to fight against Covid.