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Droom announces Rs 1 crore budget to fight COVID

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In a bid to help employees and dealers community fight COVID-19, India-based Droom, an online marketplace for automobiles has announced a Rs 1 crore budget through its “Droom Cares” initiative.

“As a part of this initiative, Droom will ensure proper sanitization of a few healthcare facilities, police stations, clinics, pharmacies, as well as the homes of healthcare workers in Delhi NCR to ensure they are protected from the virus. The company will be using Germ Shield, its anti-microbial coating developed by the company and certified by NALB, FICCI, and Grant Thornton,” the statement said.

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“Droom has created a COVID SWAT team to verify all leads regarding oxygen supply, hospital beds, ICU availability, oximeters, food suppliers, plasma donors, and COVID-related life-saving drugs, this initiative enables Droomers to help anyone in need,” it added.

“The initiative will help over 20,500+  dealers to assist in pharmaceuticals, COVID vaccination, medical assistance and also provide isolation wards to asymptotic dealers with basic medical facilities,” Droom said.

Speaking on the initiative, Mr. Sandeep Aggarwal, Founder, and CEO of Droom said, “The second wave of the pandemic has triggered an unprecedented crisis for the country. We would like to show our commitment to society by trying to help people in these difficult times. To overcome this situation, Droom has activated its Droom Care initiative for all its stakeholders, which will provide immediate relief to combat the current situation. We have organized a Covid SWAT room for quick assistance and have converted one of our office facilities into emergency wards with basic medical facilities and doctor teleconsultation for our employees in times of need. 

“We have also created a special insurance scheme for all our employees and dealers to have hassle-free treatment in these stressful times. The insurance scheme will give 5 times more cover to our employees and to be also extended to their parents and current family members. Our endeavor has always been to stand firmly united with our stakeholders in the most stressful times and we are confident to overcome these together,” he added.

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
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