Startups Fight COVID-19: Prioritize The Ginie Distribution After The Second Wave

Startups Fight COVID-19: Prioritize The Ginie Distribution After The Second Wave
Startups Fight COVID-19: Prioritize The Ginie Distribution After The Second Wave

The company saw a 350% increase in delivery of OTC drugs via Swiggy Genie in the last 15 days compared to the same period last month.

Online food delivery firm Swiggy has announced that it will prioritize the delivery of its pick-up and drop service Genie over food delivery from restaurants in view of the second wave of COVID-19.

The company saw a 350% increase in delivery of OTC drugs via Swiggy Genie in the last 15 days compared to the same period last month. About half a million home-cooked meals and tiffins were served to friends and family over the same period.

Going forward, all of Genie's orders will have dedicated customer care support. The priority of Swiggy Ginny's orders would be of great help to those recovering at home or taking care of someone with medical needs, grocery needs, or food cooked at home.

"We are overwhelmed with messages from consumers that reveal how Swiggy Jinny has been a lifeline in these difficult times. With many cities under lockdown, and family or friends to take care of, Swiggy Jinny cooked at home Requirements like food, OTC medicines are met. " Report and grocery examination at the gate of Indians. Given the criticality of the service, we are now prioritizing Jini delivery, ”said Vivek Sundar, Chief Operating Officer, Swiggy.

Swiggy Genie is present in 65 cities across the country.

Earlier this week Swiggy announced a four-day workweek during May taking into account the mental and physical health of its employees.

The company recently raised $ 800 million in a new round of funding, which it would consider to be $ 5 billion.

Tags: #COVID19 #delivery #Ginie #online #Swiggy #startup

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