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Hyundai India has donated COVID-19 testing kits to the (ICMR) Indian Council of Medical Research. The company claims that these advanced diagnostic testing kits will benefit over 25,000 people in affected regions.
The testing kits have been imported from South Korea and offer a high level of accuracy. Hyundai donated Rs 4 Crore worth of testing kits that will cater to over 25,000 individuals. The company also exports these kits to North America and Europe.
Mr SS Kim, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said that the company is committed to the fight against Covid-19. The testing kits will scale up the amount of testing in affected regions. In addition, the company will provide more support to the Government's efforts by introducing various initiatives.
Hyundai intends standing by its global vision, ‘Progress For Humanity', and will make more contributions in addition to the Rs 5 Crore it has pledged towards the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Relief Fund. To know more, click here.
In addition to the above, the company will also manufacture (PPE) Personal Protection Equipment. The equipment list includes face masks, ventilators, rubber hand-gloves, face shields, and other treatment support aids.
The company will also help with distribution of Personal Protection Equipment and other safety kits to doctors, nurses, and other personnel who are treating people affected with the Covid-19 virus. The company will also distribute dry rations to the needy during these unprecedented times.
Hyundai has also announced initiatives to support its customers by extending warranty and free service periods, and offering Road Side Assistance to its customers who are working for essential services.
In Hyundai related news, the company recently launched the Grand i10 NIOS CNG models in the Indian market. The new Grand i10 NIOS CNG is offered in two variants. The CNG variants retail at a starting price of Rs 6.63 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. To know more, click here.
Thoughts About Hyundai India Donating Covid-19 Testing Kits
The Indian Government has slowly been increasing the number of tests it conducts every day, and as a result is facing a shortage of medical equipment. Hyundai's generous donations will help fill some of these shortages, and will definitely help the Government's plan to contain the deadly virus. Kudos to Hyundai!