COVID-19 has led to Lock down at many places in the country. In view of this problem, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has announced that it will donate N95 masks and protective suits in India. Xiaomi India Global Vice President Manu Kumar Jain has said that these decisions are distributed in Delhi, Punjab and Karnataka. Along with this, the company will also donate suites to doctors in government hospitals like AIIMS.
Manu Kumar Jain has tweeted from his official Twitter account that in Xiaomi India, we have taken many measures of precaution. For example, during in business trips. Xiaomi has started the lockdown service issued by the state will be followed in all their facilities such as corporate office, service , Mi Home, on call service available and will activated. This service allows users to offer home for their favorite phones. All Mi Home staff have been instructed to a customer been talk of sanitizing their hands.
Earlier, Paytm has promised to give Rs 5 crore to the government to fight coronavirus. The company has given this information through its official Twitter handle. Paytm wrote in his tweet, Calling All Innovators – Let’s Fight # COVID_19 with! (We all innovators have to come together to fight coronovirus), we are helping to provide Rs 5 crore to complete diagnostic ventilators and other important medical devices.