Medical Supplies Bound for India Loaded at Heathrow Airport

Emergency medical supplies were flown from the UK to India on May 5, as COVID-19 cases there continued to rise.

A British Airways flight departed London’s Heathrow Airport on Wednesday, carrying supplies provided by the High Commission of India, Khalsa Aid, and the Neasden Temple, the airline said.

Khalsa Aid shared this footage, showing oxygen concentrators being loaded on to the plane.

The organization thanked British Airways for “taking these machines free of charge.” Credit: Khalsa Aid India via Storyful

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