- Snapdeal launches ‘Sanjeevani’ app an initiative to connect patients, plasma donors.
- The tool will be accessible via the website and mobile application.
- Sanjeevani will also help raise awareness on the importance of plasma donation
Snapdeal launched a nationwide initiative to connect Covid-19 patients with potential plasma donors. Using its wide reach in India across smaller towns & cities, Snapdeal has created an easy-to-use platform called”Sanjeevani” accessible via the website and mobile app.
Patients and donors can register themselves with their mobile numbers/email ids and provide relevant information like blood group, location, age, and donor recovery date. After registering, Snapdeal’s will look for relevant matches and connect patients with potential donors.
Snapdeal launches ‘Sanjeevani’ app: Spokesperson said
“Sanjeevani was first launched to help the employees of Snapdeal find possible donors. But given that it has been especially hard to find eligible plasma donors at this time, Snapdeal has opened this platform for everyone.”
To register on Sanjeevani, one can visit https://m.snapdeal.com/donate/Covidhelp.
Snapdeal further said that Sanjeevani will also be working towards raising awareness on- How important is for people to donate their plasma after recovering from the infection and is encouraging these people to come forth and donate.
“The Sanjeevani platform can be accessed via website and mobile app, allowing patients and donors to register themselves with their mobile numbers and email IDs, while providing relevant information like blood group, location, age, and donor recovery date. After registering, Snapdeal’s algorithm will look for relevant matches and connect patients with potential donors”.
Startups step up to help India fight COVID-19
- OYO launches the VaccinAid feature to show the vaccination status of hotel staff on its app.
- Companies like Facebook and Paytm have unveiled vaccine finder apps to help schedule shots as states have a limited supply of doses.
- Fintech startup RapiPay has launched a tool on its website and app that enables people to book COVID-19 vaccination slots. The feature is expected to help non-tech users in rural areas register for vaccination on the CoWIN app.
- Similar initiatives have been launched by startups such as HealthifyMe to enable people to get vaccinated.
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