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Xiaomi India: Xiaomi to donate masks, hazmat suits, abide by lockdown orders: Manu Jain


NEW DELHI: Chinese handset brand Xiaomi, on Monday said, it has imported N95 masks and protective suits for donating to hospitals and governments across India.

“Lakhs of N95 masks will be donated across State governments such as Karnataka, Punjab and Delhi government, government hospitals and state police starting this week,” Xiaomi India Managing Director Manu Jain said in a statement.

“We will also be donating hazmat suits to doctors across few government hospitals like AIIMS and St. Johns,” Jain added.

The brand has also activated ‘Delivery on Call’ service across Mi Homes to enable users to order their smartphone for home delivery by calling their nearest Mi Home centre.

“For all home service requests all our engineers use masks, shoe covers, sterile gloves and sanitizes their hands and devices to ensure maximum hygiene and caution,” Manu Jain said in a tweet on Monday.

The brand has also implemented online token system at its 2000+ authorized centres to ensure not more than 4 customers are present in the store at a time.

The company said that it is maintaining highest standards of caution to ensure that manufactured and packaged products are safe and hygienic.

“Each facility such as corporate office, warehouse, service centre, Mi Home, manufacturing plant will abide by lockdown order issued by the State and UTs,” Jain said.



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