The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Doha facilitated the second air shipment of 125 Oxygen Cylinders and 10 Oxygen Regulators to the Government of Sri Lanka, in a view of strengthening the capacity of the health sector to overcome from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Upon the request made by Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Qatar M. Mafaz Mohideen, regarding the country’s critical situation, the Sri Lankan expatriate community, well-wishers and Watad Group Enterprises in Doha donated these medical equipment.

The consignment of Oxygen Cylinders and Oxygen regulators were delivered to Foreign Ministry of Sri Lanka, and are expected to be distributed among Government hospitals to address the medical emergencies during the pandemic. 

As yet, the Embassy has successfully facilitated the supply of 275 Oxygen Cylinders, 22 Pulse Oximeters and 10 Oxygen Regulators to the Sri Lankan Health sector and wishes to move ahead.

The Embassy wishes to thank SriLankan Airlines for airlifting the cargo on gratis basis on the request of the Ambassador Mohideen.

The Sri Lankan Embassy extends its sincere appreciation to the Sri Lankan expatriate community, Affiliated Associations and well-wishers for their invaluable assistance and contribution towards this endeavour.

Donation of another 125 Oxygen Cylinders and 10 Oxygen Regulators from Doha-Qatar to reinforce the Health Sector in Sri Lanka.
Source – Embassy of Sri Lanka Doha / 21 June, 2021