34,200 kgs of Zeolite drugs arrive from Rome

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Bengaluru, May 16: Two Air India flights, carrying 34,200 kgs of Zeolite from Rome, arrived at the Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru on Sunday.

This is the first of the many batches of Zeolite that would be imported by the Government of India to generate oxygen.

This will give a fillip to oxygen supplies in the Country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.



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  • Ananth, Udupi

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Zeolite is not a drug. Not for hunan consumption. It's a chemical used in oxygen concentrators to remove nitrogen from air.

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