Supporting Covid testing for low income and underprivileged citizens

Chennai: Vector Informatik globally helps shape social values through its attempts to reduce the social risks facing the general public.

In line with this, Vector Informatik India, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Vector Informatik GmbH, said it has undertaken initiatives to contribute and invest Rs 55 lakh towards Covid-19 testing amongst citizens from weaker section of society residing in Pune and Mumbai.

Vector India has collaborated with Krsnaa Diagnostics in Pune and the testing will be done at identified sites for the people residing in low income zones. In Mumbai, Vector India has partnered with voluntary organisation, Be Human Foundation to facilitate testing at Brihan Mumbai Corporation (BMC) identified labs and a mobile vehicle is deployed for collection of samples which facilitates increased reach across the underprivileged sections of city.

“In these unprecedented times, we have decided to support the sections of Pune and Mumbai where the need for testing is higher so that the earliest detection is possible, required medical assistance can be provided and the further spread of virus can be curtailed,” said Pushkar Sonar, head – marketing and communications, Vector Informatik India.

 

NT Bureau