Truecaller Now Has Directory Of COVID-19 Hospital Helplines To Fight Wave 2
In the midst of the devastating second wave of COVID-19 Truecaller, Accurate Caller ID and Phone Search Engine, today launched a Covid Hospital Directory for users in India. The developers of the app included the directory directly in the app and it is accessible from the menu or dialer. This is going to be of great help for Indians to find nearby COVID hospitals and call them to inquire about beds and oxygen cylinders.
Truecallre COVID-19 Hospital Directory
According to the company, the directory includes phone numbers and addresses of designated COVID hospitals in several states across the country, taken from official government databases. Truecaller has made it easier for users to search for information using a search button. Note that the directory does not guarantee the availability of hospital beds. You need to either call the hospitals or visit them physically to check the report on the ground.
“We wanted to quickly introduce a simple directory of important numbers for Covid-related services. We started with this list of hospitals and are working to add more verified sources soon. This is one of the many ways we are helping Covid relief efforts. We offer the support of the entire Truecaller organization and platform, to anyone we can help, ”said Rishit Jhunjhunwala, MD India, Truecaller.
It seems that all tech brands and foreign countries are aware of the situation India is currently facing, the cases are not ready to end and the death toll is also increasing every day. On Wednesday, the number of active cases crossed 3 million and in the past 24 hours, 3.79 lakh new cases are registered with 3,596 total deaths in one day.
Considering the worst-case scenario, several smartphone manufacturers like Apple, OPPO, Vivo, Xiaomi and many others have announced that they are helping them. Apple has pledged to provide support and relief efforts, while Microsoft has announced plans to help India purchase oxygen concentrates. Search giant Google has also said it is contributing Rs 135 crore in funding to help the country fight the deadly virus.
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