Priyanka Chopra increases Covid donation amount to $3 million, procures 500 oxygen concentrators

Priyanka Chopra has been actively raising funds to help India battle the second wave of Covid19. The actress has been able to collect more than $1 million that is being used to procure oxygen cylinders, concentrators, and other things for the patients. She has even raised the target to $3 million (Rs 22 cr).  People have been struggling for medical assistance as the number of cases is increasing alarmingly. Taking to her Instagram story

Priyanka Chopra wrote, “Your contributions are making things happen. Here’s a quick update. With funds received so far, we’ve procured around 500 oxygen concentrators which means providing more than 2500 patients with oxygen supply each month.” She added, “Manpower for 10 vaccination centers which will help over 6000 people to get vaccinated over a span of 2 months. 422 oxygen cylinders each of which has a capacity of 6000 liters of oxygen.”

Priyanka also expressed her gratitude for those who contributed. She said, “Thank you to every single one of you who have donated and made these actions possible… please know that you have helped save lives. With your support, we’ve now accelerated our fundraiser to $3 million (22 cr INR).”

All the money raised is already being deployed across the country in the form of Oxygen Concentrators, Vaccine Support and so much more. We can all continue to help so let’s not stop here. We’re raising the fundraising target to $3 Million and we know that with your help and support, we can achieve this too.”

On the professional front, Priyanka Chopra has many International projects in the pipeline including films like The Matrix 4, Text For You, Citadel, Sheela, and others. On the other hand, her husband Nick Jonas recently released his studio album ‘Spaceman’. As an actor, he has appeared in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Midway, and Chaos Walking. He is also judging the latest season of the singing reality show The Voice.

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