Sask. to send 100 ventilators to India as COVID-19 cases continue to surge
REGINA — The Saskatchewan government announced Monday that it will send 100 ventilators to India as the country wrestles with a devastating COVID-19 wave. “With an excess supply of ventilators in Saskatchewan, we are well positioned to provide this humanitarian support to India during a time of great need,” said Premier Scott Moe in a statement. The province has a current supply of more than 700 ventilators, according to a press release from the government. The shipment heading to India will include 30 critical care and 70 subacute ventilators.