Sachin Tendulkar donated blood on Monday and shared a video on social media.© Twitter
Former India captain Sachin Tendulkar on Monday donated blood on the event of World Blood Donor Day and in addition urged residents to return ahead and participate in voluntary blood donation. Tendulkar, who went in for the blood donation on Monday morning alongside together with his group in Mumbai, highlighted the worth of blood in treating many medical situations, and the way the well timed availability of protected blood for transfusion performs an important position in saving human lives. In a video posted via his social media handles, Tendulkar spoke about his private expertise of a detailed relative in want of blood a couple of months again.
We all have the facility to save lots of a life. Let’s use it.
Sharing a latest incident from my private life that basically touched my coronary heart.
– Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 14, 2021
Tendulkar and his group volunteered for the blood donation, hoping to set an instance for others to comply with. It have to be famous that Tendulkar has been actively concerned in creating consciousness about blood donations via supporting varied initiatives.
The Master Blaster had earlier posted a video encouraging Mumbaikars to return ahead for the blood donation camp organised by the Lalbaugcha Raja organising committee. Recently throughout his birthday, he had promised to donate blood and World Blood Donor Day has seen him residing as much as his promise.
Earlier this 12 months, Tendulkar had examined constructive for Covid-19 and he even needed to be hospitalised. He later contributed to the reason for ‘Misson Oxygen’ with the intention to assist the nation struggle the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. A gaggle of 250 younger entrepreneurs launched Mission Oxygen to boost funds for importing oxygen concentrators and donating them to hospitals throughout the nation.
“The second wave of COVID has put our healthcare system under immense pressure. Providing oxygen for a large number of serious COVID patients is the need of the hour. It is heartening to see how people are rising to the occasion. A group of 250 young entrepreneurs have launched Mission Oxygen to raise funds for importing oxygen concentrators and donating them to hospitals across the country,” Tendulkar had written in an announcement on Twitter.
“I’ve helped by contributing to the cause and hope that their effort soon reaches out to many more hospitals across India. Your support when I was playing was invaluable and helped me succeed. Today, we have to stand together behind everyone that is working hard to fight this pandemic,” he added.
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