“Ola is providing convenient, reliable and safe transport services for all non-COVID medical trips such as scheduled check-ups, dialysis, chemotherapy and for immediate medical needs such as injuries, amongst others,” it added.
Ola stated it’s facilitating a clear and protected journey expertise by making certain that every one earmarked cabs are geared up with important protecting gear like masks and sanitizers and are operated by specifically educated driver-partners following correct sanitary measures as per the rules of the Ministry of Health.
“We are grateful to the Delhi Government for this collaboration and the chance to allow mobility help for the state’s healthcare system amidst the continuing disaster. Access to healthcare, particularly for non-COVID associated emergencies is turning into a serious problem in our cities,” an Ola spokesperson stated.
Through this initiative, Ola will probably be in a position to complement the prevailing ambulance community with entry to fast and protected mobility for anybody in want to get to the hospital, the spokesperson added.
The firm can also be partnering with state governments throughout the nation and can proceed to help them with their emergency response efforts, the spokesperson stated.
Ola has additionally collaborated with the Ministry of Health, Karnataka and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to present important mobility providers in Bangalore and Mumbai, respectively by ferrying medical workers, healthcare staff and paramedical workers from houses to hospitals.
The firm has rolled out its new class, ‘Ola Emergency’ that may present transport for medical journeys to and from hospitals throughout 15 cities – Mumbai, Bengaluru, Gurugram, Vizag, Nashik, Varanasi, Indore, Bhopal, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Patiala, Mohali, Rourkela and Bhubaneswar.