the Indian Government announced a 21-day lockdown in order to contain the
coronavirus, India’s largest bike share mobility company Rapido has decided to
limit its services temporarily under further notice.
will be operational with a minimal network of vehicles to support essential
services, for hospitals, doctors, nurses, govt. staff, supporting life
“COVID-19 is a growing pandemic and fighting
it is a priority for us at Rapido. After closely monitoring the on-ground
scenario, we are temporarily suspending our services. However, we will be
operational with a minimal network of vehicles to support essential services…”
the company said in a press release.
are already taking measures and precautions to ensure the safety of our
Captains from COVID-19. Additionally, we have a group insurance cover worth Rs
10 lakh for our Captains to shield them from financial burden in case of
hospitalization,” it added.
is a bike taxi service spread widely across all of India from Tier I to Tier
III cities. The app allows you to book bike taxis with minimum wait time,
maximum safety and is super easy on your pockets.
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