A family dynamic in Queens’ Sikh community has donated three oxygen machines to New York City hospitals for COVID-19 patients.
Davinder Singh and his family members donated one Invacare 10-liter oxygen machine to The Brooklyn Hospital Center, one more to the Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn and the third to Flushing Hospital in Queens, said the family and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams at a public interview Sunday.
“Mr. Singh’s liberal gift shows that we are generally New Yorkers by the day’s end and we will traverse this pandemic on the off chance that we prepare together,” Adams, the Democratic mayoral candidate, said outside the Brooklyn Hospital Center. “This is the manner by which we address COVID-19, by meeting up as New Yorkers. As considerable as COVID-19 might be, we are impressive as New Yorkers in fighting back.
“This is our main thing during a crisis,” he added. “We join around one another to guarantee we push back on the crisis.”
Singh, a 31-year-old third-year clinical understudy at All Saints School of Medicine on the Caribbean island of Dominica, co-possesses Peter and Danny Contractors with his kid father, Pritam Singh. Davinder said the family additionally donated three devices to clinical facilities in India.