Indian Government Donates Ventilators To Antigua & Barbuda


The Infectious Disease Control Center is now even more equipped following the donation of 5 state of the art ventilators from the Government of India.

The donation was facilitated through the United Nations Development Programme in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in particular, Ambassador Aubrey Webson.

Health Minister Molwyn Joseph, Foreign Affairs Minister E. P Chet Greene, Permanent Secretary (Acting) Janice Michael, Director of Pharmaceutical Services, Alfred Athill and UNDP Programme Associate, Mellissa Johnson were in attendance at the IDC on Thursday 25th June, 2019 for the handing over ceremony.

Minister Joseph, while speaking at the handing over ceremony, indicated that two of the ventilators will be given to Barbuda.



  1. OMG What is wrong with the consciousness?

    Look at the crisis in India how can any reasonable person accept such a gift?

    India is now forth in the world with 491, 170 cases confirmed.

    The people in India are suffering…..

    Why are we so low lifetid have a heart for the suffering taking place in India.

  2. and yet we don’t have an embassy in India to develop this relationship? although we have popular Indian entrepreneurs like Dr. Nair as our CIP citizen!

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