New Delhi. The app-based hospitality service provider Oyo Hotels has signed hotel rooms for segregation with 24 ministries and local bodies of various states and around 50 government and private hospitals, amid heavy impacts from the Corona virus epidemic on tourism and the hotel industry . The company has said that under this, the company will provide rooms of its affiliated hotels at affordable rates for automatic segregation, segregation and accommodation facilities etc. The company said in a release on Tuesday that it is part of its 'Oyo Care' initiative released for the last four months.
Under this, till now she has provided hotel room on rent for a total stay of one lakh nights. In this regard, the company's Chief Executive Officer (India and South Asia) Rohit Kapoor said, "We at Oyo look forward to supporting the country, especially health workers and other Kovid warriors, using our resources in every possible way." Those who have entered into agreements with the company include hospitals such as Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia and Safdarjung. At the same time, its co-living (co-housing) business 'Oyo Life' is also providing long term facilities to nurses and healthcare professionals in partnership with many hospitals.