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IPL 2021: Brett Lee Donates Bitcoin to Help Reinforce Oxygen Supplies in India's Hospitals

IPL 2021: Brett Lee Donates Bitcoin to Help Reinforce Oxygen Supplies in India's Hospitals

The former Australia cricketer donated 1 Bitcoin in Crypto Relief fund in India's fight against Covid-19.

After Pat Cummins, his compatriot Brett Lee has too donated in India’s fight against Covid-19. The country is reporting daily cases of three lakhs a day as it grapples with the second wave of the Coronavirus. Lee, who has a huge fan following in India, broke the news on Twitter.

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“India has always been like a second home for me. The love and affection that I have got from the people of this country both during my professional career and even after my retirement, holds a special place in my heart. It saddens me deeply to see people suffering due to the ongoing pandemic. I feel privileged to be in a position of making a difference and with that in mind, I’d like to donate 1 BTC (Bitcoin) to Crypto Relief to help with the purchase of oxygen supplies for the hospitals across India,” Lee said in an official statement.

Also read: Pat Cummins Donates USD 50,000 to PM Cares Fund in India’s Fight Against Covid-19

“Now is the time to be united and ensure we do as much as we can to help the ones in need. I’d also want to thank all the frontline workers who have been working round the clock during these tough times. I request people to please take care, stay at home, wash your hands and head out only if absolutely necessary, wear a mask and maintain social distancing. Well done Pat Cummins for the initiative yesterday,” he added.

At a time when his compatriots are getting iffy about the Covid-19 situation in the country, Pat Cummins has come forward and donated 50,000 USD to ‘PM Cares’ Fund so that every possible help could be done to the patients suffering because of lack of Oxygen. The Australian who currently plays for KKR, said in a press note that he shared across social media.

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