Garena donates 1000 oxygen cylinders to COVID-19 relief in India

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The developers of the famous battle royale title Free Fire have made a generous donation of one thousand oxygen cylinders to aid India in its fight against the deadly coronavirus. The number of cases in India are rising sharply and Garena has extended a helping hand in this battle.

Sea Limited, a Singapore-based internet company, has made this donation via its subsidiary named Garena. Garena is the developer of Free Fire and the social media handles of this popular game posted about this donation.

Free Fire enjoys a large player base and fan support in India and the developers have decided to help India in the time of crisis. The donation post included a thanking note for the frontline workers and a donation of 1000 oxygen cylinders to India.

The post reads, “To all our frontline workers across India this May Day, Thank you for your selfless dedication and courage. Sea is donating 1000 cylinders of oxygen, and we are committed to supporting you in this fight against COVID. We stand with you in this time of need.”

India is currently facing a destructive second wave of COVID-19 where cases are rising steadily and the healthcare system is becoming inadequate with the rising numbers. Oxygen support is of utmost importance for severe cases and this donation can prove lifesaving for many.

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