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Startup vs covid: startup extending their platforms to help India


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Startup in India has taken great initiatives to ease out the spread of the coronavirus. They are working out of the profit and revenue.

Startups are helping the needy in this pandemic. Also extended its support.

Now Indian Startup took their platforms to provide oxygen concentrators. Reach out their services to the doorstep of the individuals.

Here are some well-known startups assisting India’s people during this pandemic.



Paytm is a digital money transaction platform. Users can easily transfer their money online.

It has taken great initiatives in vaccination drive. Now Paytm users can easily book a slot for the vaccine in the “vaccine finder” option provided in the app.

Paytm recently also raised funds to contribute to the oxygen concentrators.


Ola is Indian largest online booking cab platform. It came front to help India in the pandemic situation.

Ola launched its program called “O2forIndia” providing oxygen concentrators to the doorstep.

From its platform, one easily books an oxygen concentrator. Initially, they have to provide basic details of the patients. Then after the verification, they deliver it for free of cost.

It has started its service in Bangalore . Extends its service in many cities in upcoming days.



Snapdeal Indian eCommerce platform came with a unique idea. To help covid patients, they launched a program called “Sanjeevani”.

It created a stage where one can easily find plasma donors.

Snapdeal helps in finding the right match for both donors and receivers by its technology.

Snapdeal created awareness of donating blood. Initially, this was only limited to its employees. But now it is wide open to everyone.

Also read: how startups financially helped India in a pandemic.



Swiggy India’s online food delivery startup.As taken great responsibility of their Staff.

It claimed that it would provide free vaccination for its 2 lakh staff across 500 cities.

Swiggy also allowed four day work week. As this is time to be with their beloved ones. Also taking care of the close ones suffering from covid.

Swiggy also started a small team to help its employees in finding beds, ICUs, and oxygen concentrators.


Oya India’s largest hotel chain networks benefit its employees by giving four day work week.

It also provided paid leaves for no reason till July 2021. OYO CEO Ritesh Agarwal tweeted.

Oyo understood there is a shortage of beds in India. So they transformed their hotel into an isolation and covid treatment care center.

In this way these startups showing humanity. Also proved that startups always work for their customers.

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