Young S’porean’s covid relief efforts in France

30 April 2020  •  3 mins read

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COVID-19 has shown the best aspect of Singaporeans. We have rallied to support those in need & provided encouragement to our frontlines.There are also Singaporeans overseas who are supporting COVID-19 relief efforts in their host countries.

Ravi Singaram is one of them.
A Singaporean student in France has dropshipped 230 KN95 masks through Ali Express because the hospital that attends to COVID-19 patients in France was urgently requiring N95/FFP2 masks.

On Monday, 27 April, the latest batch was delivered to the hospital. He has also donated 100 euros to the COVID efforts of CHU Toulouse. You can find more efforts on his initiative in his facebook page: Singaram’s COVID Relief efforts in France

He also shaved his head to raise funds at GoFundMe and continue to actively appeal for financial aid for international students in France and mobilization of medical supplies (3D printed or otherwise) and 3D printing equipment for hospitals.

Kudos to this young and wonderful youth for his commitment and contribution to the hosting country and displaying the strong compassion of every singaporean.

Contributed by: Ravi Singaram
Edited by: Yuvan 

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