India’s hospitality giant OYO, on Wednesday, launched a new feature called ‘OYO Care’ that enables users to book isolation and quarantine facilities for COVID-19 patients – supporting the healthcare system in India.
OYO Care has partnered with over 30 hospitals, several government authorities and private sector companies to open its doors to dedicated properties across cities as self-isolation and quarantine centres for healthcare professionals, frontline workers and offer a safe stay for relatives of Covid-19 positive patients near hospitals and several others.
Speaking of the new service, Ritesh Agarwal, Founder & CEO of OYO, tweeted,
“We have launched the OYO Care initiative so that our guests can self-isolate by choosing an OYO next door. Hoping to unburden healthcare workers, patients’ families & contain the spread of the virus by providing safe spaces for quarantine. Stay safe, stay healthy,”
On similar lines, Rohit Kapoor, OYO India & South- East Asia CEO, tweeted,
“With OYO Care, our doors are open to everyone who needs a safe space to isolate to protect their loved ones & to frontline workers who need a safe space near hospitals,”