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Anand Mahindra Offers To Make ‘Temporary Care Facilities’ For COVID19 Patients

| Published on March 23, 2020

The recent outbreak of the Covid19 pandemic has created an environment of panic and concern all over the globe. The most challenging factor of the crisis has been the shortage of healthcare supplies as new cases get detected around the globe every day.

Amid the ongoing pandemic, tech executives including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Alibaba founder Jack Ma, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk have already pledged to help the frontline organizations and healthcare workers as they tackle the virus outbreak.

Joining hands Mahindra Group CEO Anand Mahindra has also announced a series of steps that his company would be taking to help the healthcare professionals and organizations.

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Mahindra, in a series of Tweets, said that the Mahindra Group would be manufacturing ventilators and offers Mahindra resorts as a temporary healthcare home as the country battles the virus outbreak.

Here is his 5 tweets thread.

Mahindra also said that his company was ready to assist the Indian government and the army in erecting temporary healthcare facilities to tackle the ongoing outbreak. Additionally, the Mahindra Group CEO said that he would create a fund to help small businesses and self-employed people, who are worst hit by this outbreak.

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