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23 May 2024, 17:22 PM

write to you on behalf of TVS Motor Company. Srinivasan Services Trust (SST) – the social arm of TVS Motor Company has been relentlessly working towards supporting the Government in its sustained efforts to tackle COVID-19.Please find appended the photo caption of the initiative undertaken in Bangalore.Photo Caption:Srinivasan Services Trust (SST) – the social arm of TVS Motor Company has been relentlessly working towards supporting the Government in its sustained efforts to tackle COVID-19. As part of these initiatives SST is distributing face masks, disposable hand gloves, packed meals for essential care workers including police personnel, healthcare workers and migrants in Bengaluru. SST has also deployed vehicles with disinfectants to prevent the spread of virus in the outskirts of Bengaluru. Further, SST has distributed food supplies to ‘Little Sisters of the Poor’ an old age home in Bengaluru.

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COVID negative “ 47 suspected covid- 19*Discharging From Sapthagiri Hospital.Patients were international travelers returning from 6 Countries.47 suspected covid- 19 patients we admitted at one in Sapthagiri Institute of Medical sciences , one of the highest numbers at one time. The patients were international travelers returning from various parts of the world like Dubai , Australia , etc . One patient of Australian domicile was also admitted . The patients were admitted on 15 th of March 2020 . All the patients initially had very mild symptoms of cold and fever but after testing have been found to be “COVID negative “ . The patients are being discharged tomorrow from Sapthagiri Hospital. All the patients are very happy with the treatment provided in the hospital . A special isolated ward was provided for the patients and a special team of in house Doctors , nurses and supervisors were provided to the patients for catering to the diverse needs of the patients 24/7 for the past 16 days . All precautions were taken to isolate the suspected patients from the rest of the hospital . All the relatives of the suspected patients were regularly updated by the hospital. All meals were specially prepared and served to the patients by the Hospital . Television facilities , internet and various board games were made available to patients so as to spend time in quarantine . Patients were advised by the doctors of Sapthagiri hospital to stay at home and follow the lock down guidelines of the government even after discharge .

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From Customers to Communities: Ford Family Extends A Helping Hand in India’s Fight Against COVID-19§ Price protection on new & existing car bookings as well as service & warranty extension offered to ensure peace of mind for customersIndia, April, 2020: With the ongoing pandemic causing public restrictions & health concern, Ford India shared a series of initiatives undertaken by the company to help the customer as well as communities impacted by the coronavirus.For customers presently under lockdown, Ford has announced a series of initiatives to minimize the inconvenience, including:Price Protection: Customers who have booked or plan to book a new Ford car until April 30 will get complete price protection at the time of delivery.Warranty Extension: On all Ford cars where warranty – factory or extended – expires between March 15 and May 30, 2020, Ford will provide a free-of-cost extension till June 30, 2020. Customers planning to purchase extended warranty products can do so until June 30.Service Benefits: Ford is offering a three-month extension in availing all scheduled service benefits, including free service, to June 30, 2020, without impacting either factory-warranty or extended warrantyCustomer Care: Ford’s Customer Care experts have been available round the clock to attend to customer queries via email, through @FordIndiaHelp on Twitter or via SMS number 5626324×7 Roadside Assistance: With vehicle requirement being critical to attend to emergencies, Ford has been providing 24X7 Roadside Assistance, absolutely free of cost. The service is offered to all Ford owners, including those customers who haven’t subscribed to RSA services irrespective of the age of their vehicle. Ford owners can contact us via our dedicated RSA helpline: 1800-103-7400“Health and safety of our workforce, customers & communities is our highest priority. From knowledge to resources, we are deploying everything in our means to help fight this pandemic,” said Vinay Raina, executive director Marketing, Sales & Service at Ford India.

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