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Over 30,000 people benefit from Visionet System’s contribution to GiveIndia for COVID-19 relief

As a nationwide scramble for bed, oxygen concentrators, and more continues, many individuals, social organizations, and corporate entities have found multiple ways to be of help. Through personal monetary contributions, donation drives, synergizing networks of support, or amplifying pleas for help, India’s citizens are doing their best to extend a helping hand.

Visionet Systems (a business process management company) has stepped up to contribute over 200 oxygen concentrators, 100 ICU Beds by partnering with Give India. Aside from this, the company is also covering vaccination costs for all its employees and their family. In addition, is providing cash assistance to people who are hardest hit due to pandemic.

Alok Bansal, MD and Country Head Visionet Systems says, “ As India fights this deadly wave, let us join hands and do our bit to fight this pandemic. We have been busy taking care of our own 4500 employees in India during this tough time and want to extend the circle of help to as many fellow citizens as possible. We have pledged to work with Give India and, through their platform procuring healthcare resources, including oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders, beds, and PPE kits. This is just the beginning of the roadmap we hope to make a difference more extensively.”

Atul Satija, Founder 2.0 and CEO GiveIndia said, “We are grateful to Visionet for their support in our efforts to respond to the Covid-19 situation. The severity of the pandemic has overwhelmed the health infrastructure. Visionet’s contribution to our India COVID Response Fund is timely and will provide much-needed oxygen supply and ICU beds for critically ill Covid patients.”

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