Amidst growing threat of COVID-19, the country’s leading Smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced that it will donate millions of N95 masks and protective suits in India.
- Xiaomi India Donate Protective Suits to Government Hospitals
- Xiaomi India is trying to help the healthcare workers in the country
- Xiaomi India has announced that it will donate millions of N95 masks and suits
Amid the threat of Coronavirus, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has announced that the company will donate millions of N95 masks and protective suits in India.
According to Manu Kumar Jain, Global Vice President of Xiaomi and Managing Director of Xiaomi India, these masks will be donated in states like Delhi, Punjab and Karnataka. In addition, the company will also provide Hazmat Suits (Hazardous Material Suits) to doctors of government hospitals like AIIMS.
With this initiative, the country’s leading Smartphone maker company is preparing to help frontline workers. As the number of people infected with the coronavirus is increasing in the country, healthcare workers are facing problems with resources like face masks, ventilators and hazed suits. In such a situation, Xiaomi India is trying to help healthcare workers in the country.
Manu Kumar Jain has said, ‘In Xiaomi India, we have adopted many methods of rescue. We have canceled business travel and external meetings. At the same time, we have also made sure that all our employees and partners wear masks in public places and we keep our hands clean and safe‘.
In addition, Xiaomi India has also said that every facility like our corporate office, warehouse, service center, me home and manufacturing plant will follow the lockdown orders in the state and UTs.