- It has announced free home delivery of Oxygen Concentrators through its Ola app to relieve the coronavirus epidemic in India
- The Company will facilitate both pick-up and delivery.
- For this facility, customers will have to deposit a security refundable amount of Rs 5,000.
Ola has announced free home delivery of Free Oxygen Concentrator
The company has announced free home delivery of Oxygen Concentrator through its Ola app to relieve the coronavirus epidemic in India. It has partnered with the GiveIndia Foundation for this mission to make free delivery of the Oxygen concentrator to the needy through the ‘O2forIndia’ initiative. Let me tell you, the second wave of coronavirus epidemic in India has taken a huge form, in which millions of cases of COVID-19 are being reported every day.
COVID-19 has proved to be more dangerous
The second wave of COVID-19 has proved to be more dangerous than the first wave, which has left the medical infrastructure untouched. One of the major problems during the second wave of COVID-19 in India is the unavailability of life-saving resources, such as oxygen concentrators and cylinders, etc. Because of this, people are forced to ask for help through social media.
Ola will facilitate both pick-up and delivery.
It may be late to get government help to help the citizens, but there are many private organizations that are coming forward to help the people on their own. Ola has announced its new service in association with one of these organizations. Through this service, Ola is a free home delivery provider of an oxygen concentrator to the needy.
Customers will have to deposit a security refundable amount of Rs 5,000.
Under this service, Ola will facilitate both pick-up and delivery. You can take advantage of this new service through the Ola app. However, currently, Ola’s service is limited to Bangalore city only. Bhavish Aggarwal, the co-founder of Ola Cabs, announced the new service through a tweet. And also informed that in the coming weeks the service will be extended to other cities in India as well. For this facility, customers will have to deposit a security refundable amount of Rs 5,000.
“We hope that this initiative will prove beneficial for helping people in this difficult time and it will help in reducing the pain and anxiety of the affected people.”
Significantly, for this mission, special training is being given to Ola cab drivers. So that they can help others in their difficult times with self-protection.
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