How this NGO has helped 10,000 COVID-19 patients survive India’s oxygen shortage

The organisation started its Covid relief work in April when India’s second wave picked up and the country started clocking over 100,000 cases a day. Image: Quartz

Niharika Sharma

Reporter, Quartz India


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Irinder Singh Ahluwalia, founder and CEO of Hemkunt Foundation. Image: Quartz
The makeshift oxygen centre set up by Hemkunt Foundation in Haryana’s Gurugram. Image: Quartz

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