To minimise the already damaged business model, most mobility startups joined hands with the government or kiranas stores to help deliver essentials and help transport frontline workers.
“Uber is providing UberMedic to transport frontline healthcare workers, and help the government contain the spread of COVID-19 in India.
In April, Uber had launched Uber Essential in Bengaluru, Gurugram, Hyderabad, and Nashik.
ZoomcarBengaluru-based self-drive mobility startup Zoomcar stepped up to ease the emergency transportation woes faced during the lockdown period.
The startup is utilising select vehicles to ensure emergency mobility for the frontline workforce, including bankers, healthcare professionals, and delivery executives.

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