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ITC Hotels provides meals and other support to governments and hospitals in the battle against Covid19

ITC Hotels provides meals and other support to governments and hospitals in the battle against Covid19

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 06 Apr 2020, 01:02 pm

New Delhi/Kolkata/IBNS: Leveraging its expertise in food and hospitality services, ITC Hotels is providing extensive support to both Central and state governments across different cities during this Covid-19 pandemic.

The key initiative has been food distribution across cities based on the requirements of the local administration as well as hospitals.

ITC Maurya and Sheraton in New Delhi have been providing over 1500 meals daily for distribution to migrant workers.

ITC Gardenia in Bengaluru is lending its support with 1000 food packets daily for 15 days (15000 meals) to the Municipal Corporation.

ITC Grand Central in Mumbai has made arrangements to deliver meals to doctors in MG Hospital.

Food has also been catered to doctors at the Kasturba Hospital in Mumbai by ITC Grand Central.

Fortune Hotel in Lucknow is also lending assistance through the provision of more than 1000 meals per day.

This initiative will be progressively rolled out in other metros including Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad.

In addition to providing meals, ITC Hotel properties in Jaipur and Goa have provided shower caps for doctors and healthcare workers as well as ensuring availability of sanitisers.

ITC Maratha was identified as one of the quarantine spaces by the Mumbai Municipal Corporation.

ITC Hotels is also working closely with the local administration and embassies and offered similar space at ITC Grand Chola and ITC Kohenur to enable stopover of asymptomatic international travellers as and when required.

In alignment with the ITC’s credo of “Nation First” ITC Hotels remains fully committed to serving national priorities during this unprecedented situation, the company said.