Trudeau to send $10 MILLION to India in COVID relief

India is suffering through a deadly wave of cases that is now in excess of 300,000 cases per day.

Nico Johnson Montreal QC

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will send $10 million in COVID relief to India as the country experiences a surge of cases.

India is suffering through a deadly wave of cases that is now in excess of 300,000 cases per day. On top of this, India is in desperate need of oxygen canisters, which is crucial to treating the virus, according to City News.

"We’re ready to provide $10 million through the Canadian Red Cross to the Indian Red Cross," said Trudeau during a Tuesday press conference.

"This will support everything from ambulance services to buying more PPE locally."

The Trudeau government is also in discussions with the Indian government over sending Canadian ventilators to the subcontinent.

In the same press conference, the prime minister also said his government was looking "very, very carefully" at the issue of "getting back to normal."

"Obviously, as was the case pre-pandemic, certificates of vaccination are a part of international travel to certain regions, and are naturally to be expected when it comes to this pandemic and the coronavirus."

Trudeau says certificates of vaccination are “to be expected” for international travel.


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