OnePlus has launched a social media campaign to increase the appeal of people battling COVID-19, who are pleading for help on Twitter. So at the same time, Xiaomi has donated 3 crore rupees to give relief to the people who are suffering from lack of oxygen, so that 1,000+ oxygen cylinders can be purchased.
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Xiaomi will help these state governments
- Xiaomi also said that it will donate cylinders to those hospitals or state governments wherever the need is greater. The state governments that Xiaomi has announced to help include Delhi, Maharashtra and Karnataka.
- Xiaomi says it has also partnered with the donation platform GetIndia to raise money, raising Rs 1 crore to support frontline COVID-19 workers across the country.
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Xiaomi’s donation page will be live on the official site
The donation page will be live on Mi.com for all who can contribute. The company says it has cut its budget allocated for Giveaways and Social Media Promotions to help raise funds.
OnePlus will help through its social media platform
- OnePlus has announced that it will use its social media platform to help COVID-19 victims. In a tweet, the company announced that it would use Twitter to increase any Covid-19related requests or leads, which would prove useful to patients and their families seeking relief.
- To increase requests and leads, users need to tag OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) in their tweets and use the #COVIDEmergency hashtake. Indians can use this to reach a larger audience, and enlist the help of hospital beds, oxygen, plasma, or any other related issue.
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Facebook and WhatsApp groups are also active
Let me tell you that, Twitter has been an important platform for users looking for help. Even some Facebook and WhatsApp groups are actively volunteering so that people can connect with each other to help purchase oxygen, hospital beds, or funds.