The MG Hector Plus Covid-19 became a mobile test, a unit for vaccination in Gujarat

The MG Hector Plus Covid-19 became a mobile test, a unit for vaccination in Gujarat

MG Motor India has converted the Hector Plus seven-seater SUV into a Covid-19 examination and insertion mobile unit and handed it over to the authorities in Halol (Gujarat). The vehicle will be used as a vehicle Dhanvantari Rath For Covid-19 and other nearby mobile health services.

The first unit of the Hector Plus test mobile unit was handed over to the Executive Magistrate and the Hallat Mamlatars in the presence of several other officials. The truck will be used by healthcare professionals to collect samples for RT-PCR testing in a safe manner in the affected areas as well as to run the vaccination unit in remote locations. “Mobile health services are an hourly necessity … and we continue along the same lines to provide services to the best possible communities on the continent,” said Rajeev Chaba, company president and director.


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As part of the MG Sewa initiative, the company recently launched several other resources, including providing medical care to MG Healthline customers. The company recently offered 200-bed facilities to Covid-19 patients at Gurugram, the online healthcare platform Credihealth.

Delivery of MG Hector Plus SUV to Gujarat authorities
Delivery of MG Hector Plus SUV to Gujarat authorities

Last month, MG Motor handed over eight units of the rebuilt Hector ambulance equipped with modern life-saving systems to local Nagpur authorities. It was part of the 100 vehicles requested by the Ministry of Road Transport and Roads for Nagpur and Vidarbha regions. In April, the company partnered with Gujarat-based Devnandan Gases to increase oxygen production by 36% a month at one of Vadodaran’s latest plants, with the goal of increasing it to 50% soon.

Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Honda Cars India, Mahindra and Mahindra, Skoda India, Ford India, among others, other car manufacturers have also helped in the fight against the country’s second wave of Covid-19. Recently, Tata Motors provided a 25-wing ambulance to the Gujarat Department of Health as part of the 115 ambulance order.


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