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Sonu Sood Comes To Suresh Raina’s Aid Amid Second Wave Of Covid 19

Sonu Sood Comes To Suresh Raina’s Aid Amid Second Wave Of Covid 19

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood came to Suresh Raina’s rescue after he was looking for oxygen cylinder for his aunt on an immediate basis. Raina, had earlier in the day posted a tweet asking for help with the medical details of the patient. The former Indian cricketer recently had his stint with Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2021 before it was temporarily suspended by the BCCI.

“Urgent requirement of an oxygen cylinder in Meerut for my aunt,” Suresh Raina had tweeted. The Bollywood actor saw Raina’s message on Twitter and came to his rescue with his immediate response where he stated “Send me the details bhai. Will get it delivered,” Sood tweeted, before confirming that help was on the way. “Oxygen cylinder reaching in 10 mins bhai,” read another one of Sood’s tweets.

Sonu Sood Helps Suresh Raina With Oxygen Cylinder For His Aunt

Sonu Sood has been working tirelessly behind India’s fight against COVID-19. Last year he arranged for the return of the migrant works who were working throughout the country. Now this year, with the COVID count in India rising rapidly, he has been working behind the arrangement of oxygen cylinder for the people of the country. The Bollywood actor helping Raina is another example of the great work that he has been doing for the country since the last one and a half years.

He is quite active on social media and often replies to those who tag him seeking help. His foundation, Sood Charity Foundation, is actively working to aid people in these challenging times. Sonu had tested positive for COVID-19 in April. He has now recovered from the infection.

Meanwhile, India has been recording over 3.5 lakh cases regularly. On Wednesday, India’s single-day tally breached the 4 lakh mark for the second time as 4,12,262 people tested positive for the infection. The record increase has taken India’s COVID-19 tally to 2,10,77,410. The death toll moved to 2,30,168 with 3,980 people succumbing to the infection.

The rapid rise in the number of cases has seen many hospitals in India run out of oxygen cylinders. The country is facing an acute shortage of beds and other necessary equipments as well.

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