Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been locked down at many places in the country. Because of this problem, China's smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced that it will donate N95 masks and protective suits in India. Xiaomi India's global vice president Manu Kumar Jain has said that these masks will be distributed in Delhi, Punjab, and Karnataka. At the same time, the company will also donate the doctors in AIMS like the government hospital. Manu Kumar Jain tweeted from his official Twitter account, saying that in Xiaomi India, we have taken several precautionary measures. For example, during business travel, as well as employees ensure that they wear masks in public. Keep your hands clean and clean.
Xiaomi has reported that the lockdown order issued by the State and Union territories will be followed in all their facilities such as corporate office, warehouse, service st, Mi Home, and manufacturing plots. Delivery on-call service has been activated in all Mi Homes. This service allows users to have home delivery of their favorite phones. All Mi Home staff have always been instructed to wear masks. At the same time, if a customer goes there, he is also asked to sanitize his hand.
Earlier, the country's leading e-commerce and packaging solution company Paytm has announced an assistance of Rs 5 crore to the government to fight Coronavirus. The company has announced this from its official Twitter handle. The company's foundry Vijay Shekhar Sharma also tweeted it from his Twitter handle. Paytm wrote in his tweet, "Calling all innovators- lets fight #COVID_19 toured! (We all innovators will have to come together to fight coronavirus)We are helping Rs 5 crore to cater to clinical ventilators and other critical medical equipment.
"We need even more Indian innovators to meet the shortage of ventilators to fight two COVID-19," the company's foundry Vijay Shekhar Sharma wrote in his tweet. Paytm is giving Rs 5 crore for medical solutions for the medical team. In his tweet, he has also posted a screenshot of the blog post of IISc Bengaluru Professor Gaurab Banerjee, in which professors seek help from all.
Before Paytm, help for medical ventilator was also announced on behalf of the automobile company Mahindra. The company's chairman Anand Mahindra had announced help from his Twitter handle to help ventilator. Anand Mahindra is among the first Indians to have announced support to fight coronavirus in India.
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