Home Four wheelers oi-Promeet Ghosh By Promeet Ghosh Published: Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 13:09 [IST] As India battles a fierce second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is only one way to tackle this crisis and that is mass vaccination. Seeing the current growth of coronavirus patients, Uber India has announced an Rs 18.5 crore initiative to compensate the first batch of 1,50,000 car, auto and moto drivers on the platform for time spent in getting their shots. Pavan Vaish, Head of Supply & Driver Operations, Uber India South Asia, said, “Mass vaccination is key to tackling India’s COVID crisis, and this is the best way to ensure that drivers, riders and the broader community can get protected as soon as possible. We will soon begin communicating this initiative to drivers across all our product lines, and encourage them to take up the offer.” Uber India’s main aim is to tell their employees they’re not alone in their battle against corona. All drivers showing valid digital vaccination certificates will be eligible for Rs 400 for each of their two shots. Drivers who’re able to show they’ve been vaccinated before April 30 can also claim the funds back. Uber will soon… Read full this story
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