UST, a leading digital transformation solutions company, is extending a much-needed helping hand to COVID-19 pandemic relief in India by working closely with governments, hospitals, relief workers, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) across the country.
UST has already committed a minimum amount of Rs 10 crore to support COVID-19 relief work in India. The company also encourages employee contributions to meet the increased demand for medical supplies and support the communities. In addition, UST will also equally match the contribution of its associates.
This year of 2021, UST’s COVID-19 relief work is focused on medical supplies and equipment for FLTCs (First-level Treatment Centers), dedicated COVID-19 treatment centers, and hospitals. UST also makes available oxygen supply equipment (oxygen concentrators, cylinders, ventilators), oxygen beds, ICU beds, N95 masks, PPE kits, face shields, and sanitizers glucometers, thermometers, defibrillators, blood pressure apparatus, thermal scanners, surgical masks, gloves, and medicines for hospitals. The company is also providing food and ration support for the vulnerable communities.
UST has taken effective steps towards supplying essential medical supplies and equipment through hospitals, government departments, NGOs and medical suppliers involved in COVID-19 care and relief initiatives, reaching more than 25 government and charitable hospitals, 30 primary health centers, 4 first and second level COVID-19 care centers, 48 old age homes, 94 child care facilities, 42 special homes for differently-abled, 36 palliative units, 3 crematoriums and 5 government quarantine centers across India.
UST has been lending support in India’s fight against the COVID 19 pandemic across the UST locations, including urban, rural, and remote areas in the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana. UST has partnered with several organizations, including Viswasanthi Foundation, Sampark Seva Trust, Nirmaan, EFI, PAN India, CII, and contributed to top hospitals like St John’s hospital, Bengaluru; Govt Medical College, Trivandrum, and Kochi; Rajiv Gandhi Hospital, Chennai; and Gandhi Govt Hospital Hyderabad.