Hema Malini Helps Install Oxygen Enhancers, 60 Oxygen Beds In Mathura

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Hema Malini Installs Oxygen Enhancers: Indian veteran actor and politician Hema Malini took to her Twitter account on May 19 to announce the installation of 7 oxygen enhancer machines in Mathura.

Malini further assured citizens an availability of 60 hospital beds and additional oxygen enhancing machines which will be ready to be operated on shortly.

The tweet written in Hindi roughly translates to, “I feel blessed to be able to have installed 7 oxygen enhancer machines in Mathura district to serve the Braj residents. I am assuring the availability of more oxygen enhancer machines to the Braj dwellers from the rural area of Mathura district shortly, this way 60 more oxygen beds will be available there.”

The said tweet claimed that Malini has been successful in establishing 7 oxygen cylinders in the locale of Mathura. Furthermore, the locals will be provided with 60 oxygen beds soon.

Relief work for COVID-19

The 72-year-old actor, writer, director, producer, dancer and politician has been visibly contributing to the fight against COVID-19 since the beginning of the outbreak. She expressed her concerns regarding the cyclone Tauktae amidst the spike in the COVID cases through a previous tweet made on May 18.

She wrote, “First the terrible spike in covid cases, hospitals overflowing, families losing beloved members, all of us helpless against this onslaught. And now, disaster strikes again in the form of the cyclone Tauktae. Pray God to save us& protect us from nature’s fury. Stay home, stay safe.”

Apart from Malini, other celebrities from Bollywood extended their help amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Celebrities like Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Amitabh Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Varun Dhawan, Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher and others have either arranged for fundraisers or donated money for the COVID-19 fund.

Actors like Bhumi Pednekar, Taapsee Pannu, Alia Bhatt, Mira Rajput and others have used their platform to amplify COVID resources and demands of the public.