As the world battles its biggest public health crisis in a century, here are a bunch of apps that’ll help you stay afloat during a lockdown.
BCFI estimates a cash shortage to arise in rural areas due to the lockdown to curb coronavirus as Business Correspondents are restricted from travelling.
The 21-day national lockdown and increased focus on healthy food have led to a plunge in orders and on-ground challenges for foodtech biggies.
Oxyfind has developed an application for patients and doctors to enable contactless appointments, helping reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Ola has launched a crowdfunding platform - Drive the Driver Fund which aims to offer relief to the driver community, affected by the spread of coronavirus.
With a country-wide lockdown to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, healthtech startups are turning out to be quite helpful for many across India.
Thanks to the nationwide lockdown, migrant workers are losing their jobs and shelter, and are literally walking hundreds of kilometres on foot to go home.