Smartphone makers OPPO and Vivo supported India in Fight Against COVID
1 year ago
Vivo India announced a donation of Rs 2 crore to help the oxygen shortage in the country. The company mentioned on their official Twitter account that
This is the time for all of us to help each other. And bring in hope and assistance. In light of the severe health crisis that the country is facing, we have decided to donate Rs. 2 crores to help aid COVID relief efforts
Vivo India, in 2020, donated over 9 lakh masks, 15,000 PPE suits and 50,000 liters of sanitizer to the state and central government agencies to protect the caregivers and healthcare professionals fighting at the forefront.
OPPO India has also pledged to donate 1,000 oxygenators and 500 breathing machines worth Rs 4.3 crore to help in the fight against COVID.
The company mentioned on its official Twitter account that,” To support our community at a difficult time like this, we at @OPPOIndia have pledged to donate 1000 oxygenators & 500 breathing machines to the Red Cross Society & Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and 5000 units of OPPO Band Style to front-line workers. #OPPOStands4India #StayStrongIndia
As a token of Gratitude, The OPPO company is also donating 5,000 units of OPPO Band Style worth Rs 1.5 crore to front-line warriors of the Delhi Police and Greater Noida Authority to help them monitor their health as they serve others.
“We urge you to mask up and stay safe so that together, we can overcome these trying times. Every step counts, every action matters. OPPO stands with India and will continue supporting it in overcoming this adversity,” the statement read.