US Heads Biden and Harris express their solidarity over India’s extreme Covid outbreak:

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  • Second wave of Covid-19 coronavirus is at its peak in the entire globe massively severely affecting USA and India in the list.
  • Many celebrities and popular people are tweeting showing concerns and prayers for India, where US President and Vice-President are not exceptional.
  • US leaders were recently criticized for being silent on the COVID-19 outbreak that was ravaging India to this which the leaders including the top officials of the executive branch of the U.S. government expressed their solidarity over Twitter for India.
  • On Twitter, President Joe Biden tweets that America will assist India in the similar manner it helped America during the time of pandemic disguised with the best medical hospitalities.
  • The President quoted Sullivan’s tweet written about the discussion with the Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval regarding the spike in COVID-19 cases in India. The discussion ended up staying in constant contact with each other until the issues are brought down. A list of details of the assistance and relief from U.S. was posted along with the tweet for India.
  • Vice-President Kamala Harris, who is of Indian descent, also tweeted about the COVID-19 outbreak on Sunday.
  • Mrs. Harris tweeted that the U.S. government will closely work with the Indian government for rapidly deploying additional support and supplies and also prayers for the people of India during an alarming COVID-19 outbreak.
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  • Earlier in the week, U.S. Senators and representatives, as well as specialists at think-tanks and influential Indian Americans had cognized the outbreak in India, which has killed thousands and resulted in oxygen and vaccine shortages. However, public pressure mounted on the Biden administration to offer immediate assistance to address the situation as administration officials, with a few exceptions, had been silent on the issue until the end of the week.
  • The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was also not left behind. He tweeted that their government would “rapidly” deploy “additional support” to India.
  • Other leaders and politicians who tweeted being in touch with Indian higher officials are Wendy Sherman, the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State; Lloyd Austin, the Defense secretary; etc.
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  • Mr. Austin expressed his solidarity on Sunday night stating on Twitter that the US department is using several primitive tools for providing disposal to India’s frontline workers, proper transportation and logistical facilities such as deliver supplies as well as oxygen related equipments.
  • Meanwhile, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman also tweeted the same day Sunday that she had been in touch with Indian officials such as FS @HarshVShringla and Amb @SandhuTaranjitS in recent days. She also expressed her solidarity stating that entire America is standing with the similar solidarity for India for recovering faster during the current situation pandemic extremity. She also added that the US has already started therapeutics, ventilators, PPE, raw material for vaccines, and other medical hospitalities to India by various transportation modes and means.
  • Not only the government officials, but the private companies, firms and organisations of the US have come forward to lend a helping hand towards India by offering oxygen, ventilators as well as medicines.
  • Among many private firms, Advocacy group UISISPF (the U.S.- India Strategic Partnership Forum) released a statement saying India would receive at least ten containers for transporting oxygen within the country and a “significant shipment” of vaccines directly from pharmaceutical companies.
  • The orders placed by this organization is such that it will send 1,00,000 portable oxygen concentrators to India because of the disruptions faced during the supply chaining. The main motive is for citing the significant sourcing challenges.
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