Xiaomi India to donate N95 masks and protective suits to states

Xiaomi India to donate N95 masks and protective suits to states

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Electronics device maker Xiaomi India will donate lakhs of masks and protective suits to Karnataka, Punjab and Delhi government amid COVID-19 outbreak. In addition, it will also donate those protective masks and suits to state hospitals like AIMS and St Johns.

“We have imported lakhs of N95 masks and protective suits to India. We are working with all government authorities to donate these. Lakhs of N95 masks will be donated across state governments such as Karnataka, Punjab and Delhi government, government hospitals and state police starting this week. We will also be donating hazmat suits to doctors across a few government hospitals like AIIMS, St. Johns,” said, Xiaomi India Managing Director Manu Jain.

In addition, Xiaomi India also takes additional steps to stop the spread of novel Coronavirus. It shut down all its corporate offices, Warehouse, and service centers. The company implemented work from home for employees across various states and cities.

Reliance Industries also decided to ramp up the production of masks and protective gear. The company said it increased the capacity to manufacture masks and ventilators.

 

 

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