Hero MotoCorp to establish 100-bed Covid care centre in Gurugram
Hero MotoCorp said that it is working with the District Administration of Gurugram in Haryana to establish a temporary 100-bed covid care centre in the Indian city.
The corona care centre will be set up at the Government Girls College in Sector 14, Gurugram – under the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform “Hero We Care”.
Dr. Yash Garg – Deputy Commissioner, Gurugram, Haryana said: “The support from Hero MotoCorp towards Covid-19 relief is extremely heartening and we are grateful to the company and its employees for extending a helping hand during this hour of crisis.
“The Covid Care Centre will help augment our medical infrastructure and enable us to widen the scope of our relief activities for the affected people in the district. This is an excellent example of the public-private partnership in contributing towards the larger cause of the society.
“At a challenging time such as this, we urge more corporates and private organisations to come forward for similar initiatives.”
Hero MotoCorp said that it continues to expand its initiatives towards Covid-19 relief across the country by partnering with local hospitals, state governments and local authorities.
Bharatendu Kabi – Head – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & Corporate Communication at Hero MotoCorp said: “As a responsible corporate citizen, Hero MotoCorp has always believed in contributing towards the wellbeing of the ecosystem that we operate in.
“We are truly glad to partner with the district administration in setting up this 100-bed Covid Care Centre, which will go a long way in supporting the healthcare infrastructure in the Gurugram.”