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Coronavirus Pandemic: Hero MotoCorp to donate 60 mobile ambulances

The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone and in these perilous times, many more corporates along with Hero MotoCorp have come forward to help the government in their fight against the outbreak

Coronavirus Pandemic: Hero MotoCorp to donate 60 mobile ambulances
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With an aim to help the authorities fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Hero MotoCorp, in a recent statement announced that the company will donate 60 first-responder mobile ambulances. These mobile ambulances will not only be useful for reaching out to patients in rural and remote areas but will also prove to be time-saving. 

The ambulances have been custom-built to fit on Hero MotoCorp motorcycles. These vehicles also have an oxygen cylinder and a fire extinguisher built-in. This will be the first-ever responder ambulance and has an engine capacity of 150cc.

The mobile ambulance also consists of sleeping arrangement with essential medical equipment. Hero MotoCorp has already added numerous supplementary accessories attached to the bike in case of emergencies. 

Just like a regular ambulance, there is a siren attached to the bike as well. Alongside, the bike also has a first-aid kit and toolbox along with a wireless system for authorities to communicate with emergency services. 

A special headlamp has been fitted on the ambulance, in case a patient needs first aid on a dimly-lit street throughout the journey.

The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone and in these perilous times, many more corporates along with Hero MotoCorp have come forward to help the government in their fight against the outbreak.

Other than the mobile ambulances, Hero Group has also donated ₹100 crores to the government. ₹50 crores have been donated to PM Cares Fund whereas the remaining ₹50 have been donated for various purposes.

The Hero Group has also arranged for 2,000 beds at its BML Munjal University in Haryana. The place is being used as a quarantine centre. Alongside, every day, the corporate has been distributing more than 15,000 meals in areas of Delhi-NCR, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, and Gujarat.

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