MediBuddy starts COVID-19 vaccination drive for employees, their dependents

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MediBuddy, one of India’s largest digital healthcare platform has left no stone unturned in its mission to support India in its battle against the coronavirus. Further, fortifying its commitment and keeping their employee’s health first, they have launched a vaccination drive to inoculate over 1100 employees and their dependents.

The vaccination drive is spread over 2 days, 3rd-4th June 2021 in the Bangalore office premises of MediBuddy under diligent medical supervision. The vaccine administered on-siteis Covishield, and employees and their dependents could avail their 1st dose or 2nd dose basis their eligibility under the stipulated government guidelines.

Image-Satish-Kannan-Co-founder-CEO-MediBuddy-DocsApp-MediaBrief.jpgSatish Kannan, Co-founder & CEO, MediBuddy said “Our employees are our biggest assets and vaccinating them and their dependents is our utmost priority. Vaccines are the key solution to increase the immunity and safety of individuals.

“We are putting together all our forces to support the healthcare system in whatever way we can, and we hope to continue doing so,” Kannan said.

MediBuddy with its high-quality services has been accelerating the digital healthcare infrastructure by providing accessible services from online doctor consultations, booking lab tests, ordering medicines and much more from the comfort of their homes.

They recently announced that they would be facilitating vaccinations for over 700 corporates that support 15 million employees and their dependents through vaccination camps which would be set either in their office or at any MediBuddy partnered hospital. For which they have tied up with 350+ top hospitals across 130 cities such as Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Indore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Noida, and Kochi.

Amid the second wave, MediBuddy has also launched several initiatives such as Hospital Bed Availability Tracker, a 24×7 helpline number and a Coronavirus Risk Assessment Tool to help tackle the surge of coronavirus infection and contribute its bit in combating the virus.