Saipem India, a multinational company in Chennai, donated life support equipment, including 26 ventilators and 20 monitors worth ₹2.5 crore to the Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital on June 6, to help combat COVID-19. Saipem’s managing director Santo Scaffidi and senior general manager M.B. Madhusudanan presented the equipment to Health Minister C. Vijayabaskar. RGGH’s dean R. Jayanthi was also present.
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