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Coronavirus: UP doubles hand sanitiser production to 82,000 litres/day

Manufacturing entities include 62 industrial units, including sugar mills

Coronavirus | Uttar Pradesh govt

Virendra Singh Rawat  |  Lucknow 

In today's market, one sees a flurry of new brands across medical stores as well as online
Currently, 62 industrial units are commercially producing hand sanitiser in UP, of which 26 are dedicated hand sanitiser manufacturing plants

Amid the rising demand for hand sanitiser to protect against the pandemic coronavirus, the industrial units in Uttar Pradesh, including sugar mills, have nearly doubled their manufacturing capacity to over 82,000 litres per day.



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First Published: Tue, April 07 2020. 17:08 IST