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Ex-Military Servicemen Piloted Vehicles Commute Health-Care Workers: Bengaluru

MotherPod Innovations Pvt Ltd launched mobility services for health-care workers, on July 17 at Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute. The service titled "Sainik for Doctors," is dedicated to commute the Covid-19 health-care workers from their homes to hospitals. The vehicles used for the commutes are piloted by ex-military servicemen, and is said to be sanitized before the commencement of every journey. MotherPod guarantees that all the Covid-19 safety norms are being followed, and in support of that statement, a single-use PPE kit and gloves are provided for every passenger before getting into the car. The maximum limit of passengers per journey is set at two. Besides Bangalore, the services are yet to be launched at Mumbai, Hyderabad and Delhi.

Fri, 17 Jul 2020 - 10:26 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

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