India has been hit by a huge second coronavirus wave with rising cases across the country while the biggest vaccination rollout is currently underway. Approximately 15% of India’s population has either received their first jab or are fully vaccinated while others continue to be inoculated with the first dose daily.
To lend their full support to state governments administering vaccination drives; MediBuddy, India’s largest digital healthcare platform has tied up with 350+ top hospitals across 130 cities such as Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Indore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Noida, and Kochi to further strengthen the vaccine rollout across the country.
MediBuddy will be facilitating vaccinations for over 700 corporates that support 15 million employees and their dependents at vaccination camps which can be set either in their office or at any MediBuddy partnered hospital.
The brand will also be providing vaccination for its employees and their dependents. Keeping the health and safety of their employees and families in mind, the healthcare platform will facilitate this vacation camp in their office and has also tied up with registered CVC hospitals to provide on-site vaccination camps.
Talking about the same, Mr. Satish Kannan, Co-founder & CEO, MediBuddy said, “Vaccinations are the need of the hour. Our central and state governments are doing the best they can to ensure every Indian is inoculated and through our tie-ups with corporates and providing vaccines for our employees, we are only doing our bit in fastening the process and ensuring that we are the winners against the invisible enemy.”
MediBuddy with its high-quality digital healthcare services has been amplifying India’s medical infrastructure by providing accessible services from online doctor consultations, booking lab tests, ordering medicines and much more from the comfort of their homes.
Amid the second wave, MediBuddy launched several initiatives such as Hospital Bed Availability Tracker, a 24×7 helpline number and a Coronavirus Risk Assessment Tool to help tackle the surge of coronavirus infection and contribute its bit in combating the virus.